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Corrado is a Professor in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. His broad research interests span environmental and natural resource economics, energy economics, the economics of growth and development as well as technological change. The key feature of his work is an emphasis on both theoretical and empirical aspects, as well as its policy relevance.
Corrado’s most recent research covers several aspects of the interaction between environmental policy and natural resource use, the taxation of exhaustible resources, emissions trading schemes and their efficiency-promoting features, the role of skills in the process of economic growth, and environmental policy in the presence of directed technological change. Students interested in any (or all) of these themes are welcome to get in touch to discuss the possibility of supervision.
Prior to joining the University of East Anglia, Corrado worked at the University of Birmingham, Queen's University Belfast, and the University College Dublin. He obtained his PhD degree from Tilburg University in the Netherlands, having previously studied in Rome, Milan and Vienna.
Corrado’s CV can be found here
PhD Supervision Interests
Corrado is interested in supervising students on (almost any) topics in environmental and natural resource economics and policy. He has research experience on environmental policy in dynamic models, the evaluation of market-based policy instruments, the interaction of environmental policy and natural resource use, the economics of energy generation, endogenous technological change and technology diffusion, as well as in the link between skills availability, brain drain and economic growth. He is particularly keen to discuss projects that entail both theoretical and empirical aspects.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
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Preserving, Restoring and Managing Colombian Biodiversity Through Responsible Innovation (GrowthColombia)
1/10/17 → 5/08/20
Di Maria, C., Riley, S., Bosetti, V., Capros, P., Höhne, N., Kriegler, E. & Vuuren, D.
31/08/15 → 30/08/19
The crucial role of complementarity, transparency and adaptability for designing energy policies for sustainable developmentPahle, M., Schaeffer, R., Pachauri, S., Eom, J., Awasthy, A., Chen, W., Di Maria, C., Jiang, K., Hen, C., Portugal-Pereira, J., Safanov, G. & Verdolini, E., Dec 2021, In: Energy Policy. 159, 112662.
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Di Maria, C., Lange, I. & Lazarova, E., Mar 2018, In: International Journal of Industrial Organization. 57, p. 35-83
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile4 Citations (Scopus)10 Downloads (Pure)
Di Maria, C. & Smulders, S., Oct 2017, In: European Economic Review. 99, p. 151-169 19 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile4 Citations (Scopus)25 Downloads (Pure)
Di Maria, C., Smulders, S. & Van der Werf, E., Mar 2017, In: Environmental and Resource Economics. 66, 3, p. 537–551
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile4 Citations (Scopus)17 Downloads (Pure)
Di Maria, C., 2015, In: The Energy Journal. 37, 1
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile25 Downloads (Pure)