Roberto Micera is a Researcher at the National Research Council (CNR) since 2011.
He is PhD in Business Studies at the University of Naples Federico II, he hold a Master in Economy and Tourism at the University Luigi Bocconi in Milan and he was visiting scholar at the Fisher College of Ohio State University.
His main interest scientific areas include: tourism innovation management, destination management, destination governance, destination competitiveness and the impact of innovation on tourism offer systems.
He has been scientific leader for CNR of some research projects: “OR.C.HE.S.T.R.A. – ORganization of Cultural HEritage for Smart Tourism and Real‐time Accessibility”, “Innovative model of Destination Governance” and “MICE in Italy”.
He has been involved in many national and international research projects on innovation management and organization of tourism firm and destination (smart tourism destination)
Since 2016, he is a member of the “Governing Body”, established by IRISS-CNR and MIBACT, to support and to monitor the realization of the Italian “Strategic Plan of Tourism Development 2017-2020” (Piano Strategico di Sviluppo del Turismo 2017-2022).
He is a member of the Editorial Team of Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, of Ottoman: Journal of Tourism and management research and he is member of the Scientific Committee of The Italian Tourism Report (Rapporto sul Turismo Italiano).
He is reviewer for many international journals like International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Current Issues in Tourism, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, British Food Journal, European Journal of Тourism Research and Tourism City.
He is professor of Tourism Destination Management and Marketing at the University of Basilicata.
He has also many job assignments in the tourism sector and in corporate management working with businesses, organizations, associations and local tourism operators.