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FEEM circulates a series of Working Papers in English (FEEM "Note di Lavoro") for an academic readership and collecting the output of research in the field of economics, energy and the environment.

FEEM Note di Lavoro that are subsequently published in refereed journals or in books that have undergone review are listed in the Published Articles section.

FEEM Note di Lavoro are included in AgEcon, the Economics Research Institutes Paper Series of SSRN, RePEC, Berkeley University Press, ZBW, JSTOR and in Econlit. The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) assigned to the online FEEM Note di Lavoro Series is ISSN: 2037-1209.

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2016.074 Policy- v. Individual Heterogeneity in the Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation: Evidence from a Stated-Preference Survey
Anna Alberini, Milan Šcasný, Andrea Bigano
2016.073 Economic Impacts of El Niño Southern Oscillation: Evidence from the Colombian Coffee Market
Andrea Bastianin, Alessandro Lanza, Matteo Manera
2016.072 Junior Farmer Field Schools, Agricultural Knowledge and Spillover Effects: Quasi-experimental Evidence from Northern Uganda
Jacopo Bonan, Laura Pagani
2016.071 Transition Towards a Green Economy in Europe: Innovation and Knowledge Integration in the Renewable Energy Sector
C. Conti, M. L. Mancusi, F. Sanna-Randaccio, R. Sestini, E. Verdolini
2016.070 Informed Trading in Oil-Futures Market
Olivier Rousse, Benoît Sévi
2016.069 Increasing Anti-Malaria Bednet Uptake Using Information and Distribution Strategies: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Senegal
Jacopo Bonan, Philippe LeMay-Boucher, Michel Tenikue
2016.068 Access to Modern Energy: a Review of Barriers, Drivers and Impacts
Jacopo Bonan, Stefano Pareglio, Massimo Tavoni
2016.067 Are China’s Climate Commitments in a Post-Paris Agreement Sufficiently Ambitious?
ZhongXiang Zhang