University of Rome Tor Vergata
Alessio d’Amato, PhD, Assistant Professor in Economic Policy, Department of Economics and Finance, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Main fields of expertise: theory of Incentives, environmental regulation, emission trading schemes and their implementation, waste policy, eco-innovation. He got his PhD in Economics in 2003 at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, where he teaches Environmental Economics, Green Finance and Public Economics. He has been Visiting Graduate Student at the University of York, Department of Economics and Related Studies, and he is currently performing joint research with national and international scholars. He has been and is involved in national (Italian PRIN) projects, as well as international ones (FP7 “CECILIA2050” and H2020 “ISAAC” research projects). He has also been involved in research and consultancy activities for international institutions such as FAO and EC-JRC, in addition to the 2014-18 ETC/WMGE consortium. He has been co-editor of one book (Routledge), as well as of one special issue of the journal Environmental Economics and Policy Studies. He is co-author of several working papers, book chapters and papers published on peer reviewed journals (including Ecological Economics, Economia Politica, Energy Economics, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Resource and Energy Economics).
SEEDS - Sustainability, Environmental Economics and Dynamics Studies. Head of Unit. www.sustainability-seeds.org/
IAERE - Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists- Vice President (2016-17) and Council Member (2014–17).
CEIS Fellow – Center for Economic and International Studies (CEIS) - Università di Roma Tor Vergata