Email Emanuele Campiglio
Left to work at LSE’s Department of Geography and Environment
Emanuele Campiglio joined the LSE in 2012. He first worked as a Post-Doctoral Researcher for the Grantham Research Institute, focusing on the macroeconomics of climate change mitigation and green growth, and then moved to the Department of Geography and Environment in September 2014, where he is a Fellow. He previously worked as a researcher on macroeconomic and ecological modelling at the New Economics Foundation. Emanuele holds a degree in Economics from Bocconi University and Masters and PhD degrees in Economics from the University of Pavia (Italy).
- Macroeconomics of sustainability
- Growth theory
- Ecological and environmental economics
- Money and banking
- Economic theory and modelling