2022 - Research.com Economics and Finance in Switzerland Leader Award
Massimo Filippini mostly deals with Panel data, Econometrics, Microeconomics, Inefficiency and Cost efficiency. Massimo Filippini works mostly in the field of Panel data, limiting it down to topics relating to Sample and, in certain cases, Total cost, as a part of the same area of interest. His Econometrics research includes themes of Service and Stochastic frontier analysis.
His work focuses on many connections between Stochastic frontier analysis and other disciplines, such as Energy intensity, that overlap with his field of interest in Energy accounting and Efficiency. His Microeconomics study combines topics in areas such as Energy policy, Consumption and Aggregate data. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Order, Fixed effects model, Public economics and Productive efficiency.
Massimo Filippini mainly focuses on Econometrics, Panel data, Consumption, Cost efficiency and Microeconomics. His Econometrics research includes elements of Energy policy, Energy intensity and Stochastic frontier analysis. His work carried out in the field of Panel data brings together such families of science as Frontier, Economies of scale, Estimator and Industrial organization.
He combines subjects such as Incentive, Price elasticity of demand and Agricultural economics with his study of Consumption. His study brings together the fields of Electricity demand and Microeconomics. Massimo Filippini studied Benchmarking and Environmental economics that intersect with Willingness to pay and Literacy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental economics, Literacy, Consumption, Financial literacy and Investment. His research investigates the connection between Environmental economics and topics such as Investment decisions that intersect with problems in Educational program and Energy policy. His study in Financial literacy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public economics, Sustainable development, Order and Microeconomics, Bounded rationality.
His Public economics course of study focuses on Cognitive skill and Sample. Massimo Filippini has researched Investment in several fields, including Inefficiency and Stochastic frontier analysis. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Inefficiency and Cost efficiency.
Consumption, Literacy, Microeconomics, Environmental economics and Investment are his primary areas of study. His Consumption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social policy, Natural resource economics, China and Difference in differences. His research investigates the connection with Literacy and areas like Public economics which intersect with concerns in Cognitive skill, Order and Sample.
His research in Microeconomics intersects with topics in Panel data and Electricity demand. His research in Panel data tackles topics such as Productive efficiency which are related to areas like Inefficiency. His Environmental economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Incentive, Nudge theory and Investment decisions.
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Willingness to pay for energy-saving measures in residential buildings
Silvia Banfi;Mehdi Farsi;Massimo Filippini;Massimo Filippini;Martin Jakob.
Energy Economics (2008)
Elasticities of electricity demand in urban Indian households
Massimo Filippini;Shonali Pachauri.
Energy Policy (2004)
Energy demand and energy efficiency in the OECD countries: A stochastic demand frontier approach
Massimo Filippini;Lester C. Hunt.
The Energy Journal (2011)
Response of residential electricity demand to price: The effect of measurement error
Anna Alberini;Massimo Filippini;Massimo Filippini.
Energy Economics (2011)
Fuel choices in urban Indian households
Mehdi Farsi;Massimo Filippini;Shonali Pachauri.
Environment and Development Economics (2007)
Residential electricity demand in Spain: New empirical evidence using aggregate data
Leticia Blázquez;Nina Boogen;Massimo Filippini.
Energy Economics (2013)
US residential energy demand and energy efficiency: A stochastic demand frontier approach
Massimo Filippini;Massimo Filippini;Lester Charles Hunt.
Energy Economics (2012)
Persistent and Transient Productive Inefficiency: A Maximum Simulated Likelihood Approach
Massimo Filippini;Massimo Filippini;William H. Greene.
Journal of Productivity Analysis (2016)
Short- and long-run time-of-use price elasticities in Swiss residential electricity demand
Energy Policy (2011)
Socioeconomic determinants of regional differences in outpatient antibiotic consumption: evidence from Switzerland.
Massimo Filippini;Giuliano Masiero;Giuliano Masiero;Karine Moschetti.
Health Policy (2006)
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