Princeton Environmental Institute and FEEM
Massimo Tavoni is 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. 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 5th assessment report of the IPCC, and the co-director of the annual International Energy Workshop. Massimo holds a Laurea cum Laude in Engineering from the University of Bologna, an MSc in Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics, and a PhD in Political Economics from the Catholic University of Milan.
Articles by Massimo Tavoni:
Fukushima and the future of nuclear power
22 December 2013, 8599 reads
Carbon pricing and the role of natural gas in EU climate policy
27 November 2013, 3837 reads
Geoengineering and abatement: A ‘flat’ relationship under uncertainty
17 April 2013, 5116 reads
Green policy and corruption
12 July 2012, 24311 reads
Working together for a better planet: The best is the enemy of the good
23 April 2012, 9421 reads
China’s Copenhagen commitment: Business as usual or climate leadership?
5 January 2010, 13438 reads
Selection bias in climate policy cost estimates
19 December 2009, 6571 reads
Breaking the climate stalemate?
7 December 2009, 7163 reads
No free lunch: The costs and benefits of post-2012 climate policies
6 December 2008, 9768 reads
Hedging our bets on climate change
14 October 2008, 9674 reads
Fostering global climate change cooperation: How can China help reduce emissions policy costs?
1 October 2008, 10686 reads
How to meet the challenge of climate change
24 January 2008, 29787 reads