Francesco Bosello graduated at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, he received a Master degree in economics from the University College of London (UK) and a Doctoral degree in economics from the University of Venice.
He is presently associate researcher at the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) of Milan, assistant professor of economics at the University Statale of Milan and affiliate scientist of the Italian “Euromediterranean Center for Climate Change” (CMCC). His main interests are focused on climate-change policy and modelling with particular emphasis on negotiation aspects of international environmental agreements and on optimal policy design considering adaptation and mitigation options. He is being currently involved in several research projects (ENSEMBLE, CIRCE, SESAME, VECTOR, CLIBIO, IN-STREAM) and he is undertaking research activities concentrated in the area of climate change impact assessment and in the design of optimal mitigation and adaptation strategies developing integrated assessment modelling tools. Climate change impact studies tackled within these programmes concern for instance: health, extreme events, sea-level rise, agriculture, tourism.