Luca Taschini

Foto,  September 13, 2019
Associate Professor
Ricercatore tempo determinato
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Luca Taschini è ricercatore a tempo determinato presso il Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche dell’Università degli Studi di Verona. Ha conseguito un PhD all'Università di Zurigo e continuato la sua ricerca al Grantham Research Institute presso la London School of Economics. È stato Visiting Scholar presso il Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, MIT - Boston (MA), U.S.A. e Visiting Scholar presso il Research Center for Sustainability Science, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Giappone. 

Attualmente è membro del CESifo Energy and Climate Economics Research Group - Monaco, Germania


Modules running in the period selected: 5.
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Course Name Total credits Online Teacher credits Modules offered by this teacher
Master’s degree in Economics Health and environmental economics (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Banking and Finance Mathematical finance (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Banking and Finance Mathematical finance (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
PhD in Economics and Management The human olfactory system (2017/2018)   10   
Master’s degree in Banking and Finance Mathematical finance (2016/2017)   9  eLearning

Advanced teaching activities
Name Online
Activities PhD Course In Economics and Management (35° ciclo - PhD in Economics and Management)
Research interests
Topic Description Research area
JEL G13 - Contingent Pricing; Futures Pricing Evaluation models in the financial field, with applications to the pricing of derivative products (plain-vanilla and exotic), to their coverage, and to the analysis of the associated risks. Quantitative Finance
General Financial Markets
JEL H23 - Externalities; Redistributive Effects; Environmental Taxes and Subsidies Study and assessment of the effect of environmental regulations (taxes, subsidies and quotas) imposed on high-carbon industries, such as the energy sector. Study of the effects of incentive-based approaches for environmental regulation, the most notable of which is a tradable permit system, and payment for ecosystems. Public Policies Analysis
Taxation, Subsidies, and Revenue
JEL L51 - Economics of Regulation Industrial organization and economics of regulation studies industry structure and how firms behave in markets where the canonical assumptions (perfect competition, absence of externalities, etc) do not hold. The impact of environmental policies on key market outcomes like prices and output quantities, investments and social welfare is the main focus of the analysis. Industrial Economics
Regulation and Industrial Policy