Fulvia Marotta is a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Oxford, with a PhD in Economics and a background in Statistics. Her research interests lie at the intersection of time series climate econometrics, applied macroeconomics, and environmental economics.

Fulvia’s work revolves around the use of time series and macro-econometric methods to understand how climate change impacts economies and how countries can become more resilient to compound shocks. Her research focuses on the role of fiscal policy in building long-term resilience and sustainable development, and how green fiscal policy can be integrated with immediate crisis responses to fortify a country’s resilience. Fulvia has projects investigating the effect of climate change on energy and commodity prices, the optimal combination of environmental policy and green innovation for a net-zero economy, and the implications of policy-induced shifts in green innovation on firms and labour productivity.


Researchers | School of Geography and the Environment |