- School of Public Policy
- Climate and Energy Policy Laboratory
Emanuele Massetti is Assistant Professor at the School of Public Policy of the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he teaches Introduction to Statistics (undergraduate), Environmental Economics (graduate) and Cost-Benefit Analysis (graduate and undergraduate).
Emanuele is a CESifo Research Network Affiliate, and Affiliate Researcher at the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC).
He holds a PhD in Economics from Catholic University of Milan, a MSc in Economics from University College London and a MA in Economics from Brown University. In 2011-2013 Emanuele was Postdoctoral Fellow at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
His main research interests are in Environmental, Energy and Agricultural Economics and he is one of the authors of WITCH, an Integrated Assessment Model to study optimal climate mitigation policies. His research work now focuses on methods to estimate impacts of and adaptation to climate change.
Emanuele has worked as consultant for the EBRD, the OECD, the UNDP and the UNEP. In 2011-2014 he was Lead Author for the Working Group III of the Fifth Assessment Report of the IPCC.
- PhD, Catholic University of Milan, Economics
- Energy, Climate and Environmental Policy
- PUBP-3120: Stat Analysis-Pub Policy
- PUBP-3600: Sustain,Tech & Policy
- PUBP-6120: Policy Cost Ben Analysis
- PUBP-6312: Economics-Environ Polcy
- PUBP-8205: Adv Research Methods II
- Does Harmful Climate Increase or Decrease Migration? Evidence From Rural Households in Nigeria.
In: Climate Change Economics
Date: October 2019
- Chaos in Climate Change Impact Estimates.
In: Southern Economics Association Meeting - AERE Sessions
Date: November 2019
- Temperature Duration and Crop Yields
In: Southern Economic Association Meeting - AERE Sessions
Date: November 2019
- The effect of weather and climate on agriculture:methodological issues and empirical evidence
In: EWEPA - Panel on Weather, Climate and Agricultural Productivity Growth.
Date: June 2019