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Dr. Emilia Schmitt

Dr. Emilia Schmitt

Dr. Emilia Schmitt

ZHAW School of Life Sciences and Facility Management
Institute of Natural Resource Sciences
Grüentalstrasse 14
8820 Wädenswil

+41 (0) 58 934 59 11

Personal profile

Position at the ZHAW

Research Associate Geography of Food

Educational background

Doctoral thesis Sustainable agro-ecosystems, Department Environmental systems science, ETH Zürich (2017)

Membership of networks



Book parts, peer-reviewed
  • ; Schmitt, Emilia,





    Kluwick, Ursula; Zemanek, Evi, eds. ,

    Nachhaltigkeit interdisziplinär : Konzepte, Diskurse, Praktiken.


    Böhlau Verlag.

    pp. 220-237.

    utb, Kulturwissenschaft ; 5227.

Conference contributions, peer-reviewed
Other publications
Oral conference contributions and abstracts
Publications before appointment at the ZHAW

Maye, D., Kirwan, J., Schmitt, E., Keech, D., & Barjolle, D. (2016). PDO as a Mechanism for Reterritorialisation and Agri-Food Governance: A Comparative Analysis of Cheese Products in the UK and Switzerland. Agriculture, 6(4), 54.
Schmitt, E., Keech, D., Maye, D., Barjolle, D., & Kirwan, J. (2016). Comparing the Sustainability of Local and Global Food Chains: A Case Study of Cheese Products in Switzerland and the UK. Sustainability, 8(5), 419.
Brunori, G., Galli, F., Barjolle, D., van Broekhuizen, R., Colombo, L., Giampietro, M., Kirwan, J., Lang, T., Mathijs, E., Maye, D., de Roest, K., Rougoor, C., Schwarz, J., Schmitt, E., Smith, J., Stojanovic, Z., Tisenkopfs, T., & Touzard, J-M. (2016). Are local food chains more sustainable than global food chains? Considerations for assessment. Sustainability, 8(5), 449.
Schmitt, E., Barjolle, D., Tanquerey-Cado, A., & Brunori, G. (2016). Sustainability comparison of a local and a global milk value chains in Switzerland. Bio-Based and Applied Economics, 5(2), 79–102.
Schmitt, E., Comoé, H., & Barjolle, D. (2013). Social Networks Analysis of the Ivorian Agricultural Sector Regarding Adaptation to Climate Change. Yearbook of Socio-economics in Agriculture. 81–108.