Romano  Tarsia

Romano Tarsia

PhD candidate in Environmental Economics

Department of Geography and Environment

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Key Expertise
Climate econometrics, Environmental economics, Microeconometrics

About me

Romano is a MPhil/PhD student in Environmental Economics interested in the estimation of the economic impacts of climate change using microeconometric techniques and large datasets such as firm-level. He holds a BSc in Economics and Business from the University of Bari, a MSc in Economic and Social Sciences (ESS) from Bocconi University and a MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change from LSE.

He was a trainee at the European Central Bank, in the Directorate General Economics. After this experience, he came back to Bocconi to work as a research assistant in the Central Bank Unit of the Baffi Carefin Centre. Romano was an Academic Fellow at Bocconi University, being involved in the teaching activities of the Department of Economics for the courses Monetary Economics, International Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Scenarios. He was a graduate teaching assistant at the Polytechnic of Milan for the course International Markets and European Institutions. At LSE, he is a graduate teaching assistant for the course Applied Quantitative Methods (GY428).

LSE PhD Studentship

Prof Simon Dietz
Dr Sefi Roth

Expertise Details

Climate econometrics; Climate change economics; Microeconometrics; Environmental economics; Central banking; STATA; R