Marica Valente

Marica Valente
Ph.D. Student
Energy, Transportation, Environment
Field(s) of work
Resource and Environmental Markets

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2018)

    The Effects of Pricing Waste Generation: A Synthetic Control Approach

    Matheus Bueno, Marica Valente
    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2018)

    An Offer that you Can't Refuse? Agrimafias and Migrant Labor on Vineyards in Southern Italy

    Stefan Seifert, Marica Valente

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag 33rd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association - 71th European Meeting of the Econometric Society : EEA - ESEM 2018
    Köln, 27.08.2018 - 31.08.2018

    Economic Costs and International Spillovers of the Donbass War in Ukraine
    Julia Bluszcz, Marica Valente

  • Vortrag 6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists : WCERE 2018
    Göteborg, Schweden, 25.06.2018 - 29.06.2018

    Waste Is Money : Behavioral Changes in Waste Generation Behavior When Households Pay-As-They-Throw
    Marica Valente

  • CV - Short Version

    Marica Valente is a PhD student at DIW Graduate Center of Berlin. She obtained her Master degree in Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), where she majored in Environmental and Resource Economics. In her joint Master thesis on Waste Economics, she evaluated a waste policy implemented in Trento (Italy) through a recently developed econometric method acknowledged at TSE, and elaborated during an internship at the Ifo Center for Energy, Climate and Exhaustible Resources in Munich, and as visiting scholar at the Universat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Her current research interests mainly focus on Applied Microeconometrics, Policy Evaluation, Environmental and Resource Economics (Climate, Agriculture, Energy and Waste), and spread to the economic impact of migration, crime and conflicts, like the effects of networks of mafia groups and organised criminal behaviour. In her researches she would also like to explore the frontiers of human behaviour in Environmental Economics’ mechanism design settings.