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New Medit - Vol. 20 N. 4 (2021) - Bologna University Press
New Medit - Vol. 20 N. 4 (2021)
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The aim of the paper of Elfkh et al. is to determine the organisational and technological factors associated with the most economically efficient Tunisian olive-growing organisations. The results obtained show that the academic training of the top manager, training in information technology, the age of the organisation and the existence of plans and budget items for the adoption of information and communication technologies are variables that explain this greater efficiency.
Fetoui et al. deals with a livelihood vulnerability assessment and compares the levels of exposure, sensitivity and adaptation to climate change of the local populations in mountains area and coastal plains in Tunisian arid regions. Findings show that households in coastal plains are more vulnerable in terms of sociodemographic profile, food security, social networks, access to water and climate variability.
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