Skills and expertise
Rossella Bardazzi has devoted part of her research activities to the theoretical and empirical analysis of several issues at the European level. She belongs to the international network of macromodel builders INFORUM (Interindustry Forecasting at the University of Maryland) and she has evaluated the economic effects of 2004 EU enlargement with these multisectoral models in a study for the European Commission. As expert in multisectoral modelling, she belongs to the International Input-output Association (IIOA) for which she has been elected as a council member. She has been involved in the EU-funded DIECOFIS project of building microsimulation models for firms to evaluate fiscal reforms (including environmental taxes) which are very high on the European agenda. More recently, she has studied empirical issues related to the effects of market-based tools on energy consumption of firms and households. She has been the coordinator of a Jean Monnet Module in the years 2012-2015 “Empowering Europe: Energy, Security and Environment”. She has many-years’ experience in lecturing both at the undergraduate and at the graduate level. Her teaching activities have largely been focussed on European economic issues including the European economic governance and the EU energy markets.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza (2018), Ageing and private transport fuel expenditure: do generations matter?, Energy Policy, 117, 396-405.
Bardazzi R., L.Ghezzi (2018), Trade, competitiveness and investment: an empirical assessment, Economic Systems Research, 30, 497-520, DOI 10.1080/09535314.2018.1446913
Bardazzi, R., M.G.Pazienza (2017), Switch off the light, please! Energy use, aging population and consumption habits, Energy Economics, 65, 161-171, DOI 10.1016/j.eneco.2017.04.025.
Bardazzi R., M.G. Pazienza, A. Tonini (Eds) (2016), European Energy and Climate Security. Public Policies, Energy Sources, and Eastern Partners, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-21302-6, Springer.
Bardazzi R., M.G. Pazienza (2016), Public Policies and the Energy Mix in Italy: Where Do We Stand?, in Bardazzi R., M.G. Pazienza, A. Tonini (Eds), European Energy and Climate Security. Public Policies, Energy Sources, and Eastern Partners, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-21302-6_12, Springer, 265-297.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza, F. Oropallo (2015), Do manufacturing firms react to energy prices? Evidence from Italy, Energy Economics, Vol.49, May, 168-181.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza (2014), Carbon pricing and distributional effects on firms: a methodological survey, in Tiezzi S. and C.Martini (Eds), Is the environment a luxury? An inquiry into the relationship between environment and income, Routledge, 128-156.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza, F. Oropallo (2012), Firms’ Energy demand and the role of energy taxes: elasticities estimation of industrial firms in Italy, in IEEE Conference Proceedings, 9th International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM12, 1-8.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza, F. Oropallo (2009), Is it time for a revival of ETR in Italy? Energy elasticities and factor substitutability for manufacturing firms, Rivista di Politica Economica, Special issue, Luglio-Settembre, 211-246. Ristampato in Castellucci L., A.Markandya (Eds), Environmental Taxes and Fiscal Reform, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 207-242.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza, F. Oropallo (2009), CO2 Emissions in Italy: a Microsimulation Analysis of Environmental Taxes on Company Energy Demand, in Cottrell J., J.E. Milne, H.Ashiabor, K. Deketelaere and L.Kreiser (Eds), Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Volume VI, Oxford University Press, 465-491.
Bardazzi R., M.G.Pazienza, F. Oropallo (2009), Complying with the Kyoto targets: an assessment of the effectiveness of energy taxes in Italy, in Zaidi A., A.Harding and P.Williamson (Eds), New Frontiers in Microsimulation Modelling, Ashgate, 605-629.