Carlo Carraro

Professor of Environmental Economics and Econometrics, University of Venice and CEPR Research Fellow

Carlo Carraro is Professor of Environmental Economics and Econometrics at the University of Venice and Vice Provost for Research Management and Policy. Past academic positions include teaching at the University of Paris I, LUISS in Rome, University College of London, University of Udine, University of Aix-en-Provence, University of Nice, University of Paris X, and Clemson University MBA School.

Professor Carraro is Research Director of the Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and member of its Scientific Committeee. He is also member of the Scientific Committee of the Potsdam Institute of Climate (PIK) in Potsdam and of the Steering Committee of the EEE Programme at the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), a joint initiative with the Beijer Institute of Stockolm. He has been Lead Author of the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and one of the founders of the European Climate Forum (ECF) of which he is currently on the Board of Directors.

Professor Carraro is Research Fellows of the CEPR (Center for Economic Policy Research), London, of the GREQAM (Groupe de Recherche en Economie Quantitative d'Aix-Marseille), of the CESifo (Center of Economic Studies), Munich, of the CTN (Coalition Theory Network), Milan and Associate Research Fellows of CEPS (Center for Economic Policy Studies), Brussels. He belongs to the Climate Strategies and Transust Networks and he is one of the leaders of the Climate Policy Network. He is Consultant to the World Bank and collaborates with the Economic Social Research Institute in Japan.

Professor Carraro holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University and has a proven track record and international recognition in many relevant fields. He has written extensively on: the analysis of monetary and fiscal problems in open economies, the issue of monetary policy coordination in Europe, the analysis of international negotiations and the formation of international economic coalitions, the effects of fiscal policies in oligopolistic markets, the econometric modelling of integrated economies, the econometric evaluation of environmental policies to control global warming and several other issues related to climate change policy, the dynamics of international environmental agreements, the analysis of industry international locations and trade flows, global governance, coalition theory and research policy.

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