Francesco Lamperti is post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute of Economics, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and junior scientist at the European Institute on Economics and the Environment (RFF & CMCC).
He holds a Ph.D in Economics from Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and his works mainly focus on the development and validation of agent-based models for the evaluation of climate impacts and the design of climate policies.
Francesco’s research has contributed to such European research projects as IMPRESSIONS, DOLFINS and ISIGrowth. His papers have been published, among others, on Ecological Economics, J of Economic Dynamics&Control, J of Evolutionary Economics, J of Economic Interaction and Coordination, Regional Environmental Change.
- A regional input-output model of the COVID-19 crisis in Italy: decomposing demand and supply factors
- On the employment and health impact of the COVID-19 shock on Italian regions: a value chain approach
- Believe me when I say green! Heterogeneous expectations and climate policy uncertainty
- Assessing the Economic Impact of Lockdowns in Italy: A Computational Input–Output Approach
- Green Transitions and the Prevention of Environmental Disasters: market-based vs. command-and-control policies
- Three green financial policies to address climate risks
- Climate change and green transitions in an agent-based integrated assessment model
- The public costs of climate-induced financial instability
- The green transition: public policy, finance, and the role of the State
- Evidence for sharp increase in the economic damages of extreme natural disasters