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Simone Borghesi

Curriculum Vitae

Simone Borghesi è Professore Ordinario di Politica Economica all’Università di Siena. Dopo la laurea in Economia a Siena (1995), ha conseguito il Master in Economics allo University College London (1996) ed il Ph.D. allo European University Institute (2001). Ha lavorato al Fondo Monetario Internazionale (1998) e alla Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei (1999). Nel 2012 è stato invitato alle Nazioni Unite al Meeting su “Happiness and Wellbeing: Defining A New Economic Paradigm”. E’ stato visiting scholar ad INRA, Grenoble (2013), all’Università di Cambridge (2015) ed all’ETH di Zurigo (2016). Attualmente è Presidente dell’IAERE (Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists) e Segretario Generale del Policy Outreach Committee di EAERE (European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists). Da settembre 2017 è Direttore di FSR Climate, l’unità di ricerca sui cambiamenti climatici dello Robert Schuman Center dell’Istituto Universitario Europeo. Fa parte di numerosi progetti di ricerca nazionali ed internazionali sui temi ambientali, sia come partecipante che come responsabile dell'unità di ricerca dell'Università di Siena. Ha pubblicato tre libri e oltre 50 articoli in volumi collettanei e riviste internazionali, tra cui Ecological Economics, Ecological Modelling, Ecological Indicators, Economic Modelling, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Energy Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Science and Policy, Journal of Economic Surveys, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Socio-Economics, Research Policy, Scandinavian Journal of Economics. Si occupa di globalizzazione, crescita e sostenibilità dello sviluppo, con particolare riguardo alle problematiche ambientali.

 

Linee di ricerca
Globalizzazione e sostenibilità dello sviluppo, curva di Kuznets ambientale, European Emission Trading System, eco-innovazione, teoria dei giochi evolutivi

 

Progetti di ricerca in corso
Coordinatore del progetto LIFE DICET: ”Deepening International Cooperation on Emissions Trading”

 

 

Simone Borghesi is full Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Siena. After graduating in Economics at the University of Siena (1995), he obtained a Master in Economics at University College London (1996) and a Ph.D. in Economics at the European University Institute (2001). He worked for the International Monetary Fund (1998) and the ENI Enrico Mattei Foundation (1999). In 2012 he was invited to the United Nations at the Meeting on "Happiness and Well-Being: Defining A New Economic Paradigm". He was a visiting scholar at INRA, Grenoble (2013), at Cambridge University (2015) and at ETH Zurich (2016). He is currently President of IAERE (Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists) and Secretary General of the Policy Outreach Committee of EAERE (European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists). From September 2017 he is Director of FSR Climate, the Robert Schuman Center's climate change research unit at the European University Institute. He takes part to numerous national and international research projects on environmental issues, both as participant and as head of the research unit at the University of Siena. He has published three books and over 50 articles in international collections and journals, including Ecological Economics, Ecological Modelling, Ecological Indicators, Economic Modelling, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Energy Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Science and Policy, Journal of Economic Surveys, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Socio-Economics, Research Policy, Scandinavian Journal of Economics. His work deals mainly with globalization, economic growth and sustainability of development, with particular regard to environmental issues.

 

Research lines
Globalization and Sustainability of Development, Environmental Kuznets Curve, European Emission Trading System, eco-innovation, evolutionary game theory

 

Research projects in progress
Coordinator of the LIFE DICET project: "Deepening International Cooperation on Emissions Trading"