Roberto Zoboli is full professor of ‘Economic Policy’ and teaches ‘Economic Policies for Resources and the Environment’ at Università Cattolica, Milan. At the Cattolica, he is Rector’s Delegate for Research and Sustainability. In the past, he has been researcher at Nomisma S.p.A., Cariplo Foundation for Scientific Research, and the Research Office of Montedison S.p.A. For 12 years, Roberto has been Research Director at the National Research Council, where, at present, he is Research Associate at IRCrES – Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth. Since 2001, he has been team leader within different Topic Centres of the EEA – European Environment Agency, and at present he leads the Task on ‘Green economy transition’ of the ETC/WMGE – European Topic Centre on Waste and Materials in a Green Economy (2019-2021). Roberto is Member of Steering Committee of the NRP73 ‘Sustainable Economy’ of the Swiss National Science Foundation, Research Associate of FEEM Fondazione EMI Enrico Mattei, and Board member of SEEDS, the inter-university centre on ‘Sustainability, Environmental Economics and Dynamics Studies’ gathering competences in environmental economics from eight Italian universities. Roberto has been task leader in FP7 and Horizon 2020 projects, and project leader in about 50 research project at the international, national, and regional level. Roberto is author/co-author of about 140 publications in peer-reviewed journals and edited books, and about 60 research papers and published research reports in the areas of environmental and resource economics, sustainable development, environmental policy, and eco-innovation economics.


[Catholic University of Milan]