Stefano Ceolotto

Stefano joined the ESRI’s Economic Analysis division as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in June 2022. He is currently working with the energy and environmental research group to investigate scenarios for just resilience and adaptation to climate change in Ireland. 

Stefano holds a PhD in economics from Trinity College Dublin. His research interests lie at the intersection between environmental economics and behavioural sciences. His PhD thesis uses laboratory, online and natural experiment to examine the relation between individual decision-making and the environment. Stefano also holds an MSc in Economics and a BA in International Trade from Ca' Foscari University. Before joining the ESRI, he was a teaching fellow at Trinity College Dublin, where he taught Economics for Management (BUU11520) and Industrial Economics B (ECU33072).