Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei

Updated: about 1 month ago
Deadline: 05 Jun 2022

Following its long time tradition of successful international post-graduate and doctoral training, FEEM supports Marie Sklodowska-Curie – Postdoctoral European Fellowships applications.

For the current MSCA Postdoctoral European Fellowships call, FEEM is interested in receiving proposals in the area of:

  • Integrated modelling of climate change adaptation in coastal areas; top-down versus bottom-up approaches.
  • Nature-based solutions and social innovations for climate mitigation and adaptation.
  • Micro and/or macroeconomic models to assess the Water-Energy (and Food) nexus in an uncertain framework.
  • Decarbonization, renewable resources: microeconomic models for evaluating investments in condition of uncertainty.
  • Agent based Models for Environmental Economics and Energy transition.
  • Measuring trade-offs and synergies among and between SDGs and targets of the Agenda 2030.
  • Modelling the impact of high VRES penetration, hydrogen and increased frequency of adverse extreme weather events on the European and Italian power and gas systems to define resilient decarbonization strategies.
  • The impacts of climate policies on labour reallocation and skill mismatches: theoretical and empirical evaluations.
  • Distributional effects of climate policies and green deal plans on workers using matched employer-employee and job posting data.
  • Common Movement of Commodity Prices and the Macroeconomy.
  • Common movement analysis with co-integration and factor models.
  • A monetary policy model accounting for commodity price co-movement: an application of Factor-Augmented Structural VAR model.
  • Moving Forward Through the Energy Transition: Re-evaluating the Role of Energy Commodity Markets in the Global Economy: Analysing the relationship between energy key-sectors and economic fluctuations in a Global Structural VAR context.
  • Investigating the Impacts of Energy Shocks on Energy-intensive Firms.
  • Identify global market shocks (Macro analysis).
  • Assessing the impacts of global market shocks on firms’ performance.
  • FEEM, as Italian host institution, provides support to individual experienced researchers who meet the requirements under the Horizon Europe Programme. Research proposals entail a period of 12-24 months at FEEM, with reference to the 2022 Call Marie Sklodowska-Curie – Postdoctoral European Fellowships (MSCA-2022-PF-01) .

    FEEM offers a truly international and multi-disciplinary workplace. Thanks to a world-wide research network you will be involved in a continuous fruitful exchange of experiences.

    Eligibility criteria:

    • Candidates must be in possession of PhD and cannot have more than eight years of research experience after PhD, at the time of the deadline of the call (14/09/2022); candidates who have successfully defended their doctoral thesis but who have not yet formally been awarded the doctoral degree are also eligible.
    • Eligible researchers can be of any nationality and must not have resided or carried out their main activity in Italy for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the call deadline (14/09/2022).


    If you meet the eligibility criteria and are interested in exploring the opportunities offered by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions to work at FEEM, please submit your application on-line through the FEEM web platform any time before June 5th, 2022, sending:

    • a detailed curriculum vitae, including the list of publications;
    • an abstract of the research proposal (max 1 page).

    The selected candidates will be supported in the development of their project proposals that must be submitted to the European Commission by September 14th, 2022 - h. 17.00 CET.

    More information on the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral European Fellowships is available on the Funding & tender opportunities Portal.

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