Courses a.y. 2021/2022
Degree in Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano. Master in Economics of Energy and the Environment, Scuola Superiore E. Mattei, Milan. He was a visiting scholar in the Department of Applied Economics at the University of Cambridge and visting fellow at the European University Institute
Associate Professor of Applied Economics and co-editor of the "Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment" journal. He was vice-director of the Centre for Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy, vice president and president of AIRU (Italian Association for District heating). From 1989 to 1991 he was a contract professor of statistics of energy and the environment at the Università di Messina. From 1992 to 1994 he was a contract professor of technological dynamics (supplementary course of technology and economics of energy) at the LIUC, Castellanza.
Economics of energy. Economics of the environment. Industrial economics. Regulation of public service industries. Sector studies: the electricity industry, the oil industry, the gas industry. Technological dynamics.
His publications include: GULLI’ F. and CHERNYAVS’KA L., 2013, Carbon cost pass-through to energy prices. Annual Review of Resource Economics, Vol. 5; GULLI’ F., 2012, Pollution under environmental regulation in energy markets, Springer, UK; GULLI’ F., 2012, Taxation within electricity auctions with dominant firm, Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment, n. 1; CHERNYAVS'KA L. and GULLI’ F., 2010, Measuring the environmental benefits of hydrogen motor fuel cycle under uncertainty about external costs, Energy Policy, Special issue; GULLI’ F. (ed.), 2008, Markets for carbon and power pricing in Europe, Aldershot, UK, and Brookfield, US: Edward Elgar; CHERNYAVS'KA L. and GULLI’ F., 2008, Marginal CO2 cost pass-through under imperfect competition in power markets. Ecological Economics, vol. 68, pp. 408-421; BONACINA M. and GULLI’ F., 2007, Electricity pricing under "carbon emissions trading": a dominant firm with competitive fringe model. Energy Policy, vol. 35, pp. 4200-4220; 25. GULLI’ F., 2006, Social choice, uncertainty about external costs and trade-off between intergenerational environmental impacts: the emblematic case of energy supply decentralization, Ecological Economics, vol. 57, pp. 282-305; GULLI’ F., 2006, Small distributed generation versus centralized supply: a social cost-benefit analysis in the residential and service sectors, Energy Policy; DORIGONI S. and GULLI’ F., 2002, Energy tax harmonization in the European Union: a proposal based on the internalization of environmental external costs, European Environment, n.1.