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Massimo Filippini
Massimo Filippini
Massimo Filippini has held a dual professorship in public economics and energy economics at ETH Zürich and the University of Lugano since October 1999. He is member of the Center for Economic Research at ETH Zurich (CER-ETH) and director of the Centre for Energy Policy and Economics (CEPE) to the ETH Zürich. He has also published several books, book chapters and more than fifty articles in peer-reviewed journals on energy economics and policy, transport economics, health economics and the economics of public services.
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Xavier Labandeira
Xavier Labandeira
Xavier Labandeira is Professor of Economics at the University of Vigo and at the European University Institute (part-time), where he is the director of the Florence School of Regulation Climate. He is also director of Economics for Energy, a Spanish research centre participated by firms, foundations and universities that aims at creating and disseminating useful knowledge on energy economics. After completing his graduate studies at University College London, his European doctorate focused on the use of energy regulations to tackle environmental problems. He has published in the main international journals of his field, has led several research funded-projects, and has been lead author of the IPCC for its Fifth Assessment Report.
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Andreas Löschel
Andreas Löschel
Andreas Löschel holds the Chair for Energy and Resource Economics at the University of Münster., Germany. He is a Research Associate of the  Research Department "Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management" at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), which he headed until June 2014.  Since 2011, he chairs the German government's Energy Expert Commission to monitor the energy transformation in Germany and serves as Lead Author in the Working Group III contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report. He obtained his PhD from the University of Mannheim and published widely in international environmental economics, especially the economics of climate change and energy policy, and quantitative economic modeling.
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Massimo Tavoni
Massimo Tavoni
Massimo Tavoni is associate professor at the Department of Management, Politecnico di Milano, as well as director and deputy coordinator of the Climate Change Economics units at Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change (CMCC) and Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) respectively. From 2008 to 2010 he was post doctoral research associate at Princeton University, and before then researcher at FEEM and CMCC. His research is about energy and climate change economics, and specifically the modeling and evaluation of international climate mitigation policies. He is also interested in the interplay between energy, climate and environmental policies. Massimo has published extensively in the peer reviewed literature, including work that was featured in "Time" magazine's  list of The 50 Best Inventions of  2009. He is a lead author for the Fifth Assessment Report of the IPCC, the co-director of the annual International Energy Workshop and deputy editor for the journal Climatic Change.
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