Main published papers

Valentini E. and P. Vitale (2017) "Optimal Climate Policy for a Pessimistic Social Planner", Environmental and Resource Economics, forthcoming, DOI: 10.1007/s10640-017-0199-3


D'Amato A., E. Valentini and M. Zoli (2017) "Tradable Quotas Taxation and Market Power", Energy Economics, 63, 248-252 (supplementary material).


Valentini E. (2015) "Indirect Taxation, Public Pricing and Price Cap Regulation: A Synthesis", Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal,  9 (2015-2): 1—39.


Costantini V., A. D'Amato, C. Martini, C. Tommasino, E. Valentini and M. Zoli (2013) "Taxing International Emissions Trading", Energy Economics, 40, 609-621.


Cesi B., A. Iozzi and E. Valentini (2012) “Regulating unverifiable quality by fixed price contracts”, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy , Vol. 12: Iss. 1 (Contributions), Article 40.


D'Amato A. and E. Valentini (2011) "Enforcement and environmental quality in a decentralized emission trading system", Journal of Regulatory Economics, 40 (2), 141-159.


D'Amato A. and E. Valentini (2011) "A note on international emissions trading with endogenous allowance choices", Economics Bulletin, Vol. 31 (2), 1451-1462.


Iozzi A., R. Sestini and E. Valentini (2006) "Pricing discretion and price regulation in competitive industries", Journal of Regulatory Economics, 29 (2), 151-165.


Valentini E. (2006) "Uncovering regulator's (implicit) social welfare weights under price cap regulation", Economics Letters, 90 (1), 1-5.


Iozzi A., J. Poritz and E. Valentini (2002) "Social preferences and price cap regulation", Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4 (1), 93-112.



Ongoing research

Belloc F., B. Dijkstra and E. Valentini (2017) "Compliance costs and firms' efficiency in the EU ETS"


Valentini E. and P. Vitale (2017) " Uncertainty and Risk Aversion in a Dynamic Oligopoly with Sticky Prices"


Boffa F., A. Iozzi and E. Valentini (2017) "Access pricing and price-subsidy cap"


Casini P. and E. Valentini (2016) "Implementing automatic price stabilizers in carbon markets: Possible unpleasant effects"