Bosello Francesco

Edificio Porta dell'Innovazione - Piano 2 - via della Libertà 12 - 30175 Venezia Marghera (VE), Italy

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Francesco Bosello. Graduated at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. He received a Master degree in economics from the University College of London (UK) and a Doctoral degree in economics from the University of Venice.

He is presently associate professor of economics at the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at the University Statale of Milan; and affiliate scientist at the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change (CMCC) where he coordinates the Climate Change Economic analysis of Climate Impacts and Policy (ECIP) research division. He is co-director of the European Institute on Economics and the Environment (EIEE) a joint initiative of the US research center Resources for the Future and of the Italian Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change.

His main research interests are focused on climate-change policy and modeling. He is currently undertaking research activities concentrated in the area of climate change impact assessment and in the design of optimal mitigation and adaptation strategies developing integrated assessment modeling tools and applied general equilibrium economic models. His other research interests are more broadly related to the economics of the environment and of sustainability.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

  • Climate risk index for Italy
  • Cost of agricultural productivity loss due to soil erosion in the European union: from direct cost evaluation approaches to the use of macroeconomic models
  • RP0282 - The cost of climate stabilization in Southeast Asia, a joint assessment with dynamic optimization and CGE models
  • RP0276 - Analyzing the coordinated impacts of climate policies for financing adaptation and development actions
  • RP0274 - A Sub-national CGE model for the European Mediterranean Countries
  • RP0272 - Economics of flood risk in Italy under current and future climate
  • The economic and environmental effects of an EU ban on illegal logging imports. Insights from a CGE assessment
  • Consequences of Climate Change Damages for Economic Growth: A Dynamic Quantitative Assessment
  • REDD in the Carbon Market: A General Equilibrium Analysis
  • RP0267 - Building Uncertainty into the Adaptation Cost Estimation in Integrated Assessment Models

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