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In recent years attention has increased among applied economists on monitoring the behavior and the interconnections between key energy variables, indicators of climate change, the macroeconomy, commodities and financial markets.

In the light of the importance of energy vectors for the transition to more sustainable societies, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei is promoting research aimed at modelling and forecasting fundamental energy variables and their interrelations with climate and financial indicators, commodity markets and macroeconomic aggregates, where the common denominator is the use of advanced econometric techniques.

The research program Econometrics of the Energy Transition (EET) develops along three, intertwinned research lines, namely:

  • Climate econometrics;
  • Energy finance econometrics;
  • Oil market econometrics.

EET naturally encourages interactions with the other research programs currently active at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei.