Filippo Maria D’Arcangelo

Economist at Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)

Filippo Maria is economist at the OECD, in the Green Growth and Resource Allocation workstream of the Economics department, where his research aims at helping countries in tackling climate change. His most recent works investigate mitigation policies, carbon pricing and carbon markets. He uses empirical economic models and policy analysis tools to investigate how households and firms respond to such policies adjusting consumption, innovating and deciding where to invest. Filippo Maria has conducted academic and policy research in many other areas of economics, such as industrial organization, agricultural economics, and public economics. Filippo Maria holds a PhD in Economics from Toulouse School of Economics and Masters’ from TSE and Bocconi University, Milan.