Perez Dionisio

Affiliated Researcher

Carlos Dionisio is an AXA Postdoctoral Fellow at Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC) and research associate at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM). Over the past seven years he has been working on topics related to water and agricultural economics in the context of national and EU research projects at FEEM, CMCC, Alcalá University (UAH), IMDEA Water, Salamanca University and Spanish Research Council. He has also worked as a lecturer at UAH, and has been a visiting fellow at Middlesex University, University of Queensland and UAH.

Carlos Dionisio holds a PhD in Economics from UAH. He also holds a MSc in Applied Economic Analysis from UAH and Complutense University of Madrid and a MSc in Development Economics and International Co-operation from the University of Rome, Tor Vergata. He received his degree in economics from the University of Salamanca.

Carlos Dionisio joined FEEM and CMCC in November 2013. In 2015 he was awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship at FEEM. In 2016 he was awarded an AXA Fellowship at CMCC. The objective of his research is advancing in the design and development of water markets and insurance arrangements in the agricultural sector that contribute to the implementation of an effective and efficient water policy mix in the EU. This research is supervised by Dr. Jaroslav Mysiak.


  • Rationalizing Systems Analysis for the Evaluation of Adaptation Strategies in Complex Human‐Water Systems
  • Managing water scarcity at a river basin scale with economic instruments
  • Buy me a river: Use of multi-attribute non-linear utility functions to address overcompensation in agricultural water buyback
  • The Water Abstraction License Regime in Italy: A Case for Reform?
  • Partnerships for disaster risk insurance in the EU
  • Revealing the willingness to pay for income insurance in agriculture
  • Economic impacts of irrigationconstrained agriculture in the lower Po basin. Water Economics and Policy
  • Incremental water charging in agriculture. A case study of the Regione Emilia Romagna in Italy
  • Reflections on the current debate on how to link flood insurance and disaster risk reduction in the European Union
  • Revealing the willingness to pay for income insurance in agriculture

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