Associate Researcher
Paolo Maranzano

In April 2021, Paolo obtained his PhD in Statistics at the University of Milano-Bicocca, discussing a thesis entitled ‘Essays on air quality statistics: time series methods for evaluating environmental protection policies in Lombardy, Italy’. Since January 2022, he is Junior Assistant Professor (RTD-A) of Economic Statistics at the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics (DEMS) of the University of Milano-Bicocca. Also, from February 2022 he serves as Associate Researcher within the Econometrics of the Energy Transition research group at Eni Enrico Mattei Foundation in Milan. His research activity and interests focus on environmetrics, statistics and econometrics applied to environmental, energy and socio-economic fields. From a methodological point of view, he deals with model selection algorithms for temporal, spatiotemporal and geostatistical models using statistical learning approaches. Most of his research focuses on the statistical analysis of air quality and agriculture, with a particular attention to the case of the Po Valley and Lombardy. In recent years he has also developed methodologies for time series aimed at analyzing the impacts of events and policies, including the study of policies devoted to reducing airborne pollutant levels in Italy and critical areas of Europe. Other interests include the use of macroeconometrics tools to study the territorial development and the spatial inequalities affecting the socio-economic pathway in Europe and the role of education and income inequality in determining a sustainable development of the European society.


Econometrics of the Energy Transition

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