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Professor Marzio GALEOTTI
University of Milan, Italy
Coordinator, Climate Change Modeling and Policy Research Program, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Italy
Prof. Dr. Marzio Galeotti is Full Professor of Economics at the University of Milan. He also teaches at Bocconi University, Catholic University and at the Scuola Superiore Eni Enrico Mattei in the Master Program in Energy and Environmental Economics. His research activity includes the econometric evaluation of environmental policies to control global warming; the study of market based instruments of environmental policy; the analysis of environment, energy, and economy linkages; the microeconomics of the firm, with special emphasis on factor demand, investment, labour, energy, inventories and production. He is the coordinator of FEEM's Climate Change Modeling and Policy Research Program. He has lead FEEM's contribution to the EU projects WISE - Weather Impacts on Natural, Social and Economic Systems and CLIMNEG - Adopting and Distributing Climate Targets and Policies. He is currently leading FEEM's contribution in the EU projects Nemesis-ETC - New Econometric Model for Environment and Strategies Implementation for Sustainable development / Endogenous Technical Change and TranSust - Modeling the Transition to Sustainable Economic Structures.
Selected Publications in the Fields of Environmental and Energy Economics
"Climate Policy and Economic Growth in Developing Countries: The Impact of Kyoto" (with Barbara Buchner), Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Paper N.91.2003, forthcoming International Journal of Sustainable Development
"Desperately Seeking Environmental Kuznets" (with Alessandro Lanza), Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei Nota di lavoro N.2.99 1999, forthcoming Environmental Modelling and Software
"Rockets and Feathers Revisited: An International Comparison on European Gasoline Markets" (with Alessandro Lanza and Matteo Manera), Energy Economics 25 (2003) 175-190
"Endogenous Induced Technical Change and the Costs of Kyoto" (with Paolo Buonanno and Carlo Carraro), Resource and Energy Economics 25 (2003) 11-34
"Emission Trading Restrictions with Endogenous Technological Change" (with Paolo Buonanno, Carlo Carraro and Efrem Castelnuovo), International Environmental Agreements. Law Politics Economics 1 (2001) 379-395
"The Double Dividend Issue: Modeling Strategies and Empirical Findings" (with Francesco Bosello and Carlo Carraro), Environment and Development Economics 6 (2000) 9-45
"Richer and Cleaner? A Study on Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Developing Countries" (with Alessandro Lanza), Energy Policy 27 (1999) 565-573
"Economic Growth, International Competitiveness and Environmental Protection - R&D and Innovation Strategies with the WARM Model" (with Carlo Carraro), Energy Economics 19 (1997) 2-28 (reprinted in W.B.Gray (ed.), Economic Costs and Consequences of Environmental Regulation, Aldershot: Ashgate Pub.).
"The Benefits of Environmental Fiscal Reforms in an Integrated Europe" (with Carlo Carraro), Review of International Economics, Special Supplement (1997) 111-133
"WARM: A European Model for Energy and Environmental Analysis" (with Carlo Carraro), Environmental Modeling and Assessment 1 (1996) 171-189
"Environmental Taxation and Unemployment: Some Evidence on the Double Dividend Hypothesis in Europe" (with Carlo Carraro and Massimo Gallo), Journal of Public Economics 62 (1996) 141-181
"Traditional Environmental Instruments, Kyoto Mechanisms and the Role of Technical Change" (with Carlo Carraro), in Carlo Carraro and Christian Hegenhofer (eds.), Firms, Governments and Climate Policy - Incentive-based Policies for Long-term Climate Change, Cheltenham: Edwar Elgar (2002), 222-266
"The Future Evolution of the Kyoto Protocol: Costs, Benefits, Incentives to Ratification and New International Regimes" (with Carlo Carraro), in Carlo Carraro and Christian Hegenhofer (eds.), Firms, Governments and Climate Policy - Incentive-based Policies for Long-term Climate Change, Cheltenham: Edwar Elgar (2002), 267-316
"Efficiency and Equity of Emission Trading with Endogenous Environmental Technical Change" (with Paolo Buonanno, Carlo Carraro and Efrem Castelnuovo), in C.Carraro (ed.), Efficiency and Equity of Climate Change Policy, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.
"Environmental Fiscal Reforms in a Federal Europe" (with Carlo Carraro), in J.Braden and S.Proost (eds.), Climate Change, Transport and Environmental Policy: Empirical Applications in a Federal System, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (1997), 78-104.
"Weather Impacts on Natural, Social and Economic System (WISE) - Part II: Individual Perception of Climate Extremes in Italy" (with Alessandra Goria, Paolo Mombrini and Evi Spantidaki), Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Working Paper N. 32.2004
"Weather Impacts on Natural, Social and Economic System (WISE) - Part I: Sectoral Analysis of Climate Impacts in Italy" (with Alessandra Goria, Paolo Mombrini and Evi Spantidaki), Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Working Paper N. 31.2004
"Economic Development and Environmental Protection", Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Paper N.89.2003
"Environment and Economic Growth: Is Technical Change the Key to Decoupling ?", Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Paper N.90.2003
"Learning by Doing vs. Learning by Researching in a Model for Climate Policy Analysis" (with E.Castelnuovo, G. Gambarelli and S. Vergalli), Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Paper N. 11.2003