DE CIAN Enrica

Position
Full Professor
Telephone
041 234 9182
E-mail
enrica.decian@unive.it
Scientific sector (SSD)
POLITICA ECONOMICA [SECS-P/02]
Website
www.unive.it/persone/enrica.decian (personal record)
 http://www.energy-a.eu/
Office
Department of Economics
Website: https://www.unive.it/dep.economics
Where: San Giobbe
Research Institute
Research Institute for Complexity

Office hours

!!! I WILL BE TRAVELLING UNTIL MAY 5TH. STUDENTS, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH AFTER THAT DATE
OFFICE HOURS
Economics Department, Venice
San Giobbe, A005.
On Tuesday 14:30-16:30 onsite or online. Please send me an email for an appointment.
STUDENTS' SUPERVISION
I am available to supervise students interested in the following topics:
Climate policy and sustainable development through an in-depth analysis of the NDCs and long-term strategies within the Paris agreement
Climate change, energy demand, energy prices
Energy poverty, energy access and use and adaptive capacity: Analyse the benefits of energy access in terms of reduced vulnerability to climate change
Climate change adaptation for households, firms, countries, regions 
Technological and social innovation for climate resilient development (household, firm, country, regional level)
Firms' strategies to address climate risk
I encourage students to use mixed-methods, including quantiative analysis of secondary data, descriptive analysis of secondary data, qualitative analysis of primary and secondary sources.

Notices

Published on 17/04/2022

I am available to supervise students interested in the following topics for their dissertation, as well as for Marie Curie proposals. You can express your interest by sending an email to enica.decian@unive.it.

Climate policy and sustainable development: Analyse the adaptation strategies proposed in the Paris agreement, and assess how they contribute to the SDGs.

Climate change impacts and energy demand:  Analyse the relationship between energy demand and temperature across industrial sectors

Weather shocks and air conditioner: a cross-country panel analysis

Energy poverty: a cross-country comparison

Climate change impacts and energy demand: a meta-analysis

Energy access and use and adaptive capacity: Analyse the benefits of energy access in terms of reduced vulnerability to climate change.

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