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Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management, Università Bocconi

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)
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Issue 3/2013 
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Carlo Carraro, Marinella Davide, Valeria Barbi, Giacomo Marangoni, Science adva ncements, policy immobility: the two fac es of climate (in)action
Morena Skalamera, EU-Russia Cooperation in a rapidly changing interregional gas market
Lo Giudice Gino Moncada, Francesco Asdrubali, Antonella Rotili, Influence of new fac tors on global energy prospects in the medium term: compar ison among the 2010, 2011 and 2012 editions of the IEA’s World Energy Outlook reports
Alfredo Viskovic, Vladimir Valentic, Vladimir Franki, The impac t of carbon prices on CCS investment in South East Europe
Simona Bigerna, Paolo Polinori, Quality of Life in Major Italian Cities: Do Local Governments Cost Efficiency Contribute to Improve Urban Life Style? An Introductory Analysis
Francesco Silvestri, Stefano Ghinoi, Vincenzo Barone, Nautical tourism, carrying capac ity and environmental externality in a protected Lagoon of Northern Adriatic Sea
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Issue 2/2013 
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Chiara Bustreo, Guido Meneghini, Irene Vignotto, Giuseppe Zollino, Energy and environmental observatory. The Italian National Energy Strategy: a critical view of the power sector
Carlo Andrea Bollino, The role of the National Energy Strategy in boosting italian economy
Fabio Fiorillo, Raffaella Santolini, Special section: Local Governments and Environmental Taxation. Introduction
Caterina Verrigni, Environmental taxation in Italian fiscal federalism
Andrea Zatti, Fiorenza Carraro, Environmental taxation and municipal fiscal federalism: remarks and perspectives on the Italian case study
Barbara Ermini, Fabio Fiorillo, Raffaela Santolini, Environmental protection, land-use regulation and local government taxation: theory and evidence on Italian municipalities
Alberto Majocchi, Carbon-energy tax and emission permits to fight climate changes
Maurizio Ciaschini, Rosita Pretaroli, Francesca Severini, Claudio Socci, Environmental tax and regional government consumption expenditure in a fiscal federalism system
Luigi De Paoli, Elena Fumagalli, Estimating welfare losses and gains in explicit auctions for power trade: an application to the Italian case
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Issue 1/2013 
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Francesco Gullì, Economia e tecnologia del teleriscaldamento: alcune riflessioni (The economics of district heating)
Alessandro Fiorini, Antonio Sileo, Infrastructural equip ment and regulati on. Key interv entions for sustaining security and development of the Italian natural gas market
Giuseppe Cappiello, Paola Garrone, Paolo Nardi, Cooperation in the initial stages of infrastructure projects: a conceptual model and surv ey of Italian utility managers
Alessio D'Amato, Massimiliano Mazzanti, Anna Montini, Francesco Nicolli, Economic, environmental and energy systems: market dynamics, innova tion and policy toward s sustainability
Sebastiano Cupertino, Cost-benefit analysis of carbon dioxide capture and storage considering the impact of two different climate change mitigation regimes
Samuel Carrara, Giacomo Marangoni, Non-CO2 greenhouse gas mitigation modeling with marginal abatement cost curv es: technical change, emission scenarios and policy costs
Guido Maria Bazzani, Tools and models to support wa ter management in agriculture under policy and climate change. The Trebbia irrigation district experience
Floriana Florestano, Hydrocarbon exploitation and macroeconomic performance: a structural var approach for Basilicata1
Maurizio Canavari, Nicola Cantore, Sergio Albertazzi, Chiara Marco Della, Giuliano Vitali, Claudio Signorotti, Guido Baldoni, Concetta Cardillo, Antonella Trisorio, Guido Maria Bazzani, Roberta Spadoni, Domenico Regazzi, Sustainability in organic and conventional farming: towards a multicriteria model based on simulated farm indicators
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