Economic Analysis | Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Gianluca Grilli is a Postdoctoral research fellow in the energy and environment group of the economic division. He joined the ESRI in June 2017. He was awarded a Ph.D. in 2017, with a thesis entitled “Cost-Benefit Analysis using GIS: an Application to the Forest Bioenergy Sector”. His Ph.D. scholarship was funded by the Institute for Renewable Energy of Eurac Research (Italy), where he previously worked as junior researcher. He holds a M.Sc. in Economics and Management of Environment and Tourism from the University of Trento and a B.A. in economics and international trade from the University of Macerata. His research interests include the economic aspects of natural resource management, non-market valuation with revealed and stated preferences and econometric modelling.
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Latest Publications: Using angling logbook data to inform fishery management decisionsEconomic contribution of visiting Salmon anglers to the Moy and Corrib fisheriesA travel cost evaluation of the benefits of two destination salmon rivers in IrelandIncluding value orientations in choice models to estimate benefits of wildlife management policiesEconomic contribution and management of sea bass angling in IrelandSea bass angling in Ireland: a structural equation model of catch and effortAnglers' views on stock conservation: Sea Bass angling in IrelandSea bass angling in Ireland: A structural equation model of catch and effortThe value of tourist angling: a travel cost method estimation of demand for two destination salmon rivers in IrelandRenewable energy and willingness to pay: evidences from a meta-analysis
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