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Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment (EPEE) is a quarterly peer reviewed platform focusing on energy and environmental economics and policy including the economics of public utilities. Contributions from academic researchers, utility managers and policy-makers ensure a useful exchange of knowledge and experience. This approach is very important, particularly in a period when energy markets and regulatory and institutional frameworks are undergoing rapid change, and environmental issues, both local and global, are becoming increasingly important. The journal is organized mainly into two sections. The section "Observatory" includes articles in which specialists express their views about topical issues of energy and environmental policy. The "Essays" section focuses on the scientific papers, mainly concerning the microeconomics and macroeconomics of energy and the environment, as well as comparative analyses of policies. All papers will be included in EconLit and Scopus. This will ensure that they will be read and cited by a worldwide audience. EPEE is edited by an international editorial board. The editorial board will be supported by a Scientific Committee composed of some of the leading international experts in the field of energy and environmental economics. EPEE is a fundamental publication on energy and environmental issues characterised by a multi-faceted perspective, an approach which is crucial for researchers, policy-makers and operators in the energy and environmental sector.

Editor: Luigi De Paoli, Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy)
Co-editor: Patrice Geoffron, Université Paris-Dauphin (Paris, France)
Scientific Board: Carlo Andrea Bollino, Università di Perugia (Perugia, Italy), Carlo Carraro, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (Venice, Italy) , Alberto Clò, Rivista Energia, RIE (Bologna, Italy), Francesco Gullì, Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy), Antonio Massarutto, Università di Udine (Udine, Italy) , Jacques Percebois, Université de Montpellier (Montpellier, France) & Université Paris-Dauphine (Paris, France), Stephen Thomas, Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU), University of Greenwich (London, UK) profile, Aviel Verbrugghen, University of Antwarp (Anversa, Belgium), Giovan Battista Zorzoli, Coordinamento FREE - Association on Renewables and Energy Efficiency (Rome, Italy)
Editorial Board: Barbara Antonioli, Università della Svizzera (Lugano, Swiss), Michele Benini, Director Energy Systems Development, RSE (Milan, Italy), Vittorio Biondi, Assolombarda (Milan, Italy), Rosita Carnevalini, ARERA (Rome, Italy), Barbara Chizzolini, Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy), Edoardo Croci, Centre for Geography, Resources, Environment, Energy and Networks (GREEN), Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy), Alessandro de Carli, Centre for Geography, Resources, Environment, Energy and Networks (GREEN), Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy), Vincenzo di Giulio, Eni Corporate University (Milan, Italy), Susanna Dorigoni, Università di Milano-Bicocca (Milan, Italy), Fabrizio Fracchia, Dipartimento Studi Giuridici, Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy), Marco Frey, Scuola Universitaria Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy) , Marzio Galeotti, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, Università degli Studi di Milano (Milan, Italy) , Fabio Iraldo, Scuola Universitaria Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy), Yannick Le Pen, Université Paris-Dauphin (Paris, France), Gerardo Marletto, Università di Sassari (Sassari, Italy), Massimiliano Mazzanti, Università di Ferrara (Ferrara, Italy) , Paolo Nardi, Cometa Research UNESCO-UNEVOC Centre (Como, Italy), Sabina Scarpellini, University of Zaragoza (Zaragoza, Spain) , Boris Solier, Université de Montpellier (Montpellier, France), Antonio Tencati, Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy), Marja Toivonen, University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland)
Editorial Assistant: Luca Bongiolatti, Università Bocconi (Milan, Italy) , Laura Di Fronzo (Milan, Italy)

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Issue 3/2012 
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Sergio Garribba, l’Italia hub euromediterraneo del gas naturale: politiche, infrastrutture, collaborazioni europee e internazionali (Italy as a Euromediterranean hub for natural gas: policies, infrastructures, european and international collaboration)
Marco Frey, Francesco Rizzi, Special section: Integrated urban solid waste management. Editorial
Charisios Achillas, Christos Vlachokostas, Avraam Karagiannidis, Eftichios Sophocles Sartzetakis, Nicolas Moussiopoulos, Willingness to pay for more sustainable e-waste management: a contingent valuation study in greece
Francesco Di Maria, Solid state anaerobic digestion as a possible solution for managing existing mechanical biological treatment plants in a more efficient way: a real case analysis
Vito Fragnelli, How to divide the costs of urban solid wastes collection among citizens?
Christos Karkanias, Avraam Karagiannidis, Ioannis S. Antonopoulos, Petros Samaras, Adopting rational waste management schemes: The case of Preveza municipality
Antonio Massarutto, The brown side of the green economy: urban garbage and the zero-waste utopia
Bernardina Algieri, Antonio Aquino, Marianna Succurro, "Sunny" prospects: an analysis of the photovoltaic industry in Italy
Francesco Caracciolo, Pasquale Lombardi, A new-institutional framework to explore the trade-off between agriculture, environment and landscape
Elisabetta Linares, Issues in the calculation of antitrust damages in the energy industry
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Issue 2/2012 
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Gerardo Marletto, Transport economics and the environment: an introduction
Italo Meloni, Erika Spissu, The design of a strategy to encourage voluntary travel behaviour change: a cap and save programme
Angelo Antoci, Simone Borghesi, Gerardo Marletto, To drive or not to drive? A simple evolutionary model
Romeo Danielis, Lucia Rotaris, Edoardo Marcucci, Jérome Massiani, A medium term evaluation of the Ecopass road pricing scheme in Milan: economic, environmental and transport impacts
Paolo Beria, Raffaele Grimaldi, Marco Ponti, Comparison of social and perceived marginal costs of road transport in Italy
Claudio Ferrari, Alessio Tei, Emission savings through a re-scheduling of maritime services: possible implications for the Mediterranean ports (Risparmi nelle emissioni attraverso una riprogrammazione dei servizi marittimi: possibili implicazioni per i porti mediterranei)
Jérome Massiani, Jens Weinmann, Estimating electric car’s emissions in Germany: an analysis through a pivotal marginal method and comparison with other methods
Eva Valeri, Amanda Stathopoulos, Edoardo Marcucci, Energy efficiency in the transport sector: policy evolution and evaluation in some european countries
Lucie Greyl, Hali Healy, Emanuele Leonardi, Leah Temper, Stop that train! Ideological conflict and the TAV
Federico Paolini, Transport and the environment in Italy (1950-2006)
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Issue 1/2012 
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Luigi De Paoli, EPEE: a new name for a journal with more than 50 years of life
Alberto Clò, Lo sterile dibattito sulla nuova strategia energetica (The sterile debate on the new energy strategy)
Tullio Fanelli, Federico Testa, A proposito di strategia energetica nazionale (About the National Energy strategy in Italy)
Gianni Silvestrini, 100% renewable electricity by mid century in italy?
Giovanni Battista Zorzoli, The power sector in italy: an (almost) forced path
Riccardo Costantini, Nuclear power generation, renewable resources and endogenous growth
Francesco Gullì, Taxation within electricity auctions with dominant firm
Haikel Khalfallah, Jean-Michel Glachant, An assessment of the tools of incentive regulation in electricity networks
Davide Fiorello, Dorota Bielanska, Silvia Mafii, Angelo Martino, Investment, public resources and the transport system: some simulations with the astra-it model
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