GREEN aims to conduct and promote research at the intersection of the spatial of socio-economic phenomena and of climate change, transportation, environmental policy and energy markets.
News & Events
How to Achieve SDGs Through Local Action
GREEN-UERA International Conference. Submission deadline: 30 June 2020
Air Pollution, Sustainable Mobility and Consumers' Transport Habits
Webinar by Altroconsumo with the Scientific Support of GREEN Bocconi
The Future? The Circular Economy
Cities are playing an increasing role in global competition. The choices of where to live and place production activities are no longer focused on countries, but on cities. In this context, Milan is the only true global city in Italy. Article by Edoardo Croci
The Hidden Evil
Not only bars. "Many companies are no longer in the production line." Interview to Marco Percoco
Born on 7 August, 1957. Degree in Economics from Bocconi University. Master of Science in Economics, London School of Economics. PhD in Economics, Bocconi University. Full Professor in Economics from 2003. Head of the E. Bocconi Department of Economics until October 2008. Former Director of the Ins ...
Marco Percoco is the Director of GREEN (Centre for research in Geography, Resources, Environment, Energy and Networks) at Bocconi University and an Associate Professor of Applied Economics in the Department of Social and Political Sciences at the same university. His main research interests are in t ...
Oliviero Baccelli (born in 1971), Transport Economist, he earned an MSc in Maritime Economics and Logistics at Erasmus University and Rotterdam School of Management and a degree in Economics at Bocconi University. He is the Director of the MEMIT Master program in Transport, Logistics and Infrastruct ...
Valentina Bosetti is a Full Professor at Bocconi University, teaching environmental and climate change economics. She is a senior scientist at the RFF- CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment (EIEE). Valentina also collaborated for Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) from 2003 to 2 ...
He is a Full Professor of Economic History at Bocconi University, Department of Institutional Analysis and Public Management.
His field of specialization is Business History.He is interested in different topics, among which family capitalism, international business and corporate governance in a h ...
He is a Senior Research Fellow at GREEN (Centre for Geography, Resources, Environment, Energy and Networks) at Bocconi University, where he coordinates the “Green Economy Observatory” and the "Smart City Observatory" and teaches “Carbon Markets and Carbon Management”. Scientific coordinator of three ...
LUIGI DE PAOLI
Born on 11 November 1949. He has a Degree in Engineering from Politecnico di Milano.
Full Professor of Applied Economics. Director of the Bocconi Master in Environmental Economics and Management. Editor of the scientific journal Economia delle fonti di energia e dell'ambiente. He was previously F ...
Smart City Observatory
focuses on the policy and legal issues arising from the emergence, development
and governance of Smart Cities.
Green Economy Observatory
GEO is a dynamic platform for research and
analysis on Green and Circular Economy trends
following two main approaches – Policy and Management – to which two
different Working Tables are dedicated.
Networks and public utilities
Economic analysis of specific sectors such as transportation, energy markets, telecoms, water and sanitation, solid waste management, geopolitics of international networks.
Environment and climate change
Environmental analysis and policy at global, local and firm level.
Economic geography and local governance
Spatial analysis of socio-economic phenomena (e.g. economic activities, local development, housing) and local public policy.