I’m researcher at the OFCE and adjunct professor at SciencesPo. I’m currently working at the intersection of environmental and labour economics in a series of empirical papers on the labour market impacts of environmental regulation, with particular focus on changes in workforce skills, deindustrialization, green employment and the green job multiplier. As labour economist, I try to disentangle the labour market impacts of family background at different stages of the working career and for different levels of ability. I’m also working on empirical tests of routine-biased technical change. As environmental economist, I study the effectiveness of environmental policies on innovation depending on the degree of market competition. Finally, I’m interested in the effects of inequality on economic and environmental performance.



Full Curriculum Vitae: CV_july_2016

mail: francesco.vona[at]