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Curriculum vitae

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Enrica De Cian is associate professor in environmental economics at Ca’ Foscari Unversity of Venice (Italy) since December 2017 and ERC Starting Grant grantee with the project ENERGYA – Energy use for Adaptation. Before she was researcher at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and Fondazione Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC), Italy.

Her research focuses on the global impacts of climate change on the economy, the society, and sustainable development by using econometric and modelling approaches. She combines different methods and disciplines, specifically economic growth, environmental economics, geography, environmental and climate science. She relies on integrated assessment models to study how human and natural systems could interact under future changing climate and economy. She applies econometric approaches to historical data to understand how human and natural systems have coped with observed changes in the past.

Main externally-funded projects

2018, ENERGYA, ERC Starting Grant

2017, COACCH, H2020 collaborative project

2016, COP21RIPPLES, H2020 collaborative project

https://www.cop21ripples.eu/

2015, PECE  Fuelling clean energy transitions: The political economy of energy innovation,  UNU-WIDER

https://www.wider.unu.edu/project/political-economy-clean-energy-transitions

2013, PATHWAYS, EU FP7 collaborative project

http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/111082_en.html

2012,  DYNamic feedbacks of climate impacts on current Adaptation and Mitigation Investment Choice, EU FP7 Marie Curie Project

https://www.feem.it/en/research/programs/climate-change-economic-impacts-and-adaptation/areas/climate-change-integrated-assessment-modelling/past-projects/dynamic-feedbacks-of-climate-impacts-on-current-adaptation-and-mitigation-investment-choice-dynamic/

EMF 28: The Effects of Technology Choices on EU Climate Policy

https://emf.stanford.edu/projects/emf-28-effects-technology-choices-eu-climate-policy

2011, ClimTech Climate-Friendly Technologies, The Role of Intellectual Property Rights, Human Capital and Environmental Policy. SEEK project

2010, AMPERE Assessment of Climate Change Mitigation Pathways and Evaluation of the Robustness of Mitigation Cost Estimates

http://cordis.europa.eu/result/rcn/150263_en.html

2009, PASHMINA PAradigm SHifts Modelling and INnovative Approaches. EU FP7 collaborative project

http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/93685_en.html