Courses a.y. 2021/2022
11600 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS IN THE ARTS
11936 SMART AND SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY
20513 POLICY ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION
20730 ENERGY POLICY AND SUSTAINABILITY
Marco holds a PhD in Transport Economics from the University of Genoa and a BSc in Economics from Bocconi. He was a visiting scholar at the Regional Economics Applications Laboratory of the University of Illinois and in the Department of Geography and Environment at the London school of Economics. His research interests include the economics of infrastructure and egulated industries (transport, energy, water and environmental services) and urban development and real estate.
His homepage can be reached at www.marcopercoco.eu
Associate Professor in the Department of Social and Political Sciences and Director of the GREEN research center
Economics of infrastructure and regulated industries (transport, energy, water and environmental services) and urban development and real estate.
“Heterogeneity in the reaction of traffic flows to road pricing: a synthetic control approach applied to Milan”, Transportation, forthcoming.
“The impact of road pricing on housing prices: preliminary evidence from Milan”, Transportation Research A, 2014, 67(September):188–194.
“The effect of road pricing on traffic composition: evidence from a natural experiment in Milan, Italy”, Transport Policy, 31(January):55–60.
“Is road pricing effective in abating pollution? Evidence from Milan”, Transportation Research D, 2013, 25(December):112–118.
“On the Local Sensitivity Analysis of the Inoperability Input-Output Model”, Risk Analysis, 2011, 31(7):1038-1042.
“Sensitivity Analysis of Portfolio Properties Under Budget Constraints”, joint with E. Borgonovo, International Journal of Mathematics in Operational Research, 2011, 3(3):295-321.
“Estimating Forecasting Accuracy of Temporally Aggregated Space-Time Autoregressive Models”, Applied Economics Letters, 2007, 14(9):637-641.
“A Note on the Inoperability Input-Output Model”, Risk Analysis, 2006, 26(3):589-594.
“Spanish flu and human capital accumulation in Italian regions”, Regional Studies, forthcoming.
“Path dependence, Institutions and the Density of Economic Activities: Evidence from Italian Cities”, Papers in regional science, Article first published online: 27 FEB 2013, DOI: 10.1111/j.1435-5957.2012.00470.x.
"Social capital and the innovative performance of Italian provinces", joint with L. Gagliardi and R. Crescenzi, Environment and Planning A, 2013, 45(4), 908-929, doi: 10.1068/a45221
“The fight against disease: malaria eradication and regional development in Italy”, Economic Geography, 2013, 89(2):105-125, DOI: 10.1111/ecge.12008