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EEPE's researcher Thomas Geissmann writes for the Zukunftsblog

"Nuclear power: where to next?" - Switzerland’s electricity companies, and in particular the operators of its nuclear power plants, are in poor financial shape. Regardless of the outcome of the Nuclear Withdrawal Initiative, the funding required for dismantling and disposal raises issues of state redistribution. Read more 

13.10.2016 | International, Cooperations, Events

Kick-Off Meeting for PENNY

As of September 1st, we have commenced the project Psychological, social and financial barriers to energy efficiency (PENNY) together with five partner universities. PENNY is funded by the European Commission, Horizon 2020 Programme. Read more 

01.10.2016 | Administration and infrastructure, People, Executive Board

Prof. Massimo Filippini chairs the CER-ETH's board of directors

Prof. Massimo Filippini replaces Prof. Antoine Bommier as the head of the board of directors of the Center of Economic Research (CER-ETH) from 1st of October 2016. Read more 

30.09.2016 | Honours and prizes, People

Prof. Filippini features in 2016's influential economists ranking

Prof. Filippini was ranked 16 among 48 most influential economists in Switzerland in the 2016's «Ökonomen-Einfluss-Ranking» by NZZ. The ranking, led by Prof. Ernst Fehr, includes economists working at institutions in Switzerland, Germany and Austria and is based on three sub-rankings: media, politics and science. Read more 

27.09.2016 | International

EEPE's researcher Adán L. Martínez-Cruz writes for the IGC

Adán L. Martínez-Cruz (postdoc at the chair of Energy and Public Economics) and Carlos Rodríguez-Castelán (Senior Economist, World Bank) describe in a recent blog for the International Growth Centre (IGC) on how Geographic chronic poverty may drive violent crime levels. Read more 


Recent Publications

Filippini, Massimo, and Lin Zhang. Estimation of the energy efficiency in Chinese provinces. Energy Efficiency 9.6 (2016): 1315-1328.
Di Giorgio, Laura, Massimo Filippini, and Giuliano Maserio. Is higher nursing home quality more costly? The European Journal of Health Economics 17.8 (2016): 1011-1026.
Filippini, Massimo, and Fabian Heimsch. The regional impact of a CO2 tax on gasoline demand: A spatial econometric approach. Resource and Energy Economics 46 (2016): 85-100.
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