Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei
Graduated at the University of Milan in Environmental Sciences, she received a Master degree in environmental economics from the University College of London (UK) and a Doctoral degree in computational mathematics from the University of Milan. Her main interests are on climate-change modelling with particular emphasis on uncertainty and irreversibility.
At FEEM she works as a senior researcher on the area of climate change mitigation strategies, energy scenarios and in the design of optimal hedging policies. She is now spending a visiting period at Princeton University.
Articles by Valentina Bosetti:
Working together for a better planet: The best is the enemy of the good
23 April 2012, 7607 reads
How to agree on emissions targets and a successor to Kyoto
28 November 2011, 6577 reads
Breaking the climate stalemate?
7 December 2009, 6176 reads
No free lunch: The costs and benefits of post-2012 climate policies
6 December 2008, 8854 reads
Hedging our bets on climate change
14 October 2008, 8684 reads
Fostering global climate change cooperation: How can China help reduce emissions policy costs?
1 October 2008, 9529 reads
How to meet the challenge of climate change
24 January 2008, 28618 reads
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- Rethinking macroeconomic policy: Getting granularBlanchard, Dell'Ariccia, Mauro
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- Panic-driven austerity in the Eurozone and its implicationsDe Grauwe, Ji
- Debt, deleveraging, and the liquidity trap: A new modelKrugman