EDIRC home Printed from https://edirc.repec.org//data/seedsit.html

Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World

Sustainability Environmental Economics and Dynamics Studies (SEEDS)

Location: Italy
Homepage: http://www.sustainability-seeds.org/

Phone: +390532455078
Handle: RePEc:edi:seedsit
Areas or Functions: Resource and Environmental Economics, Energy Economics

People who have registered with RePEc and have claimed to be affiliated with this institution:

Their publications
Find all publications of all authors listed below conveniently compiled on IDEAS.

Their author profiles
Authors with publications are listed below with . We have lost contact with authors marked with ?, and they do not count towards the ranking of this institution. We would appreciate a note of their new email address or status.

  1. Antonietti, Roberto
  2. Antonioli, Davide
  3. Barbieri, Nicolo
  4. Borghesi, Simone
  5. Costantini, Valeria
  6. Crespi, Francesco
  7. D'Amato, Alessio
  8. Gilli, Marianna
  9. Lodi, Chiara
  10. Mancinelli, Susanna
  11. Marin, Giovanni
  12. Mazzanti, Massimiliano
  13. Mazzarano, Matteo
  14. Monni, Salvatore
  15. Montini, Anna
  16. Musolesi, Antonio
  17. Nicolli, Francesco
  18. Paglialunga, Elena
  19. Pallante, Giacomo
  20. Palma, Alessandro
  21. Pronti, Andrea
  22. Quatrosi, Marco
  23. Rampa, Andrea
  24. Rizzo, Ugo
  25. Zecca, Emy
  26. Zoboli, Roberto
  27. Zoli, Mariangela


Corrections about details of this institutions should be sent to Christian Zimmermann. Corrections about the member listing should be made by the members themselves by adjusting their affiliations at the RePEc Author Service. Adding or correcting alumni is done at the RePEc Genealogy by anyone with a RePEc author account. Serials from this institution can be added with the Publisher-Institution: RePEc:edi:seedsit line in the series template of their RePEc archive. If there is no local RePEc archive, follow these instructions to create one to have the local publications listed on RePEc services.

EDIRC is a RePEc service hosted by the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Copyright 1995-2021 Christian Zimmermann
All rights reserved