Lorenzo Montrone

PhD student

 Lorenzo Montrone

Lorenzo Montrone is a Ph.D. candidate and researcher in the MCC working group Climate and Development. His research focuses on:

  • The political economy of energy transitions in developing countries
  • Distributional impacts of carbon pricing
  • Structural Change and Poverty

Lorenzo studied at the Roma Tre University and Humboldt University of Berlin. He holds a Master of Environmental and Development Economics. He further studied Political Science with Governance and Public administration (B.Sc.) at Roma Tre and the University of Bergen. 

Latest Publications

Montrone, L., Steckel, J., Kalkuhl, M., 2022

The type of power capacity matters for economic development – Evidence from a global panel

Resource and Energy Economics
Type
Peer Review
Shammugam, S., Schleich, J., Schlomann, B., Montrone, L. , 2022

Did Germany reach its 2020 climate targets thanks to COVID-19?

Climate Policy
Type
Peer Review
Steckel, J., Dorband, I., Montrone, L., Ward, H., Missbach, L., Hafner, F., Jakob, M., Renner, S., 2021

Distributional impacts of carbon pricing in developing Asia

Nature Sustainability
Type
Peer Review