VISCONTI PARISIO LUCIA

Position
Delegata della Rettrice per lo Sport universitario (Universita' di Milano Bicocca)
Role
Full professor
Academic disciplines
Scienza delle finanze (SECS-P/03)
Office phone
Room:
  • U06, Floor: 3, Room: 3076
Orari di ricevimento

Tuesday at 15:00

Biography

Lucia Visconti Parisio is full professor of Public Economics at the University of Milano-Bicocca and Board member. She is Rector’s Delegate for the University Sport. She served as head of the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics and member of the Academical Senate. She graduated in Law (Milano Statale, 1988) and completed her Master degree in Economics (York, UK) in 1991 and her PhD in Economics in 1995 at the University of Pavia.
Her research activity focuses on economic theory of auctions and markets, with applications to public procurements and market architecture. She currently studies energy markets with particular reference to renewables technologies and their impact on market functioning and allocations.

Publications

  • Cavalli, F., Naimzada, A., & Visconti Parisio, L. (2021). Learning in a double-phase cobweb model. DECISIONS IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE, 44(2), 579-611 [10.1007/s10203-021-00335-w]. Dettaglio

  • Gianfreda, A., Parisio, L., & Pelagatti, M. (2019). The RES-Induced Switching Effect Across Fossil Fuels: An Analysis of Day-Ahead and Balancing Prices. THE ENERGY JOURNAL, 40(special issue 1), 365-386 [10.5547/01956574.40.1.agia]. Dettaglio

  • Parisio, L., & Pelagatti, M. (2019). Market coupling between electricity markets: theory and empirical evidence for the Italian–Slovenian interconnection. ECONOMIA POLITICA, 36(2), 527-548 [10.1007/s40888-018-0126-2]. Dettaglio

  • Gianfreda, A., Parisio, L., & Pelagatti, M. (2018). A review of balancing costs in Italy before and after RES introduction. RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS, 91, 549-563 [10.1016/j.rser.2018.04.009]. Dettaglio

  • Bosco, B., Visconti Parisio, L., & Pelagatti, M. (2016). Price coordination in vertically integrated electricity markets: Theory and empirical evidence. THE ENERGY JOURNAL, 37(1), 181-194 [10.5547/01956574.37.1.bbos]. Dettaglio