Marco Giansoldati
Marco Giansoldati
Assistant Professor in Economic Policy, University of Trieste
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A probabilistic total cost of ownership model to evaluate the current and future prospects of electric cars uptake in Italy
R Danielis, M Giansoldati, L Rotaris
Energy Policy 119, 268-281, 2018
712018
The role of driving range in consumers' purchasing decision for electric cars in Italy
M Giansoldati, R Danielis, L Rotaris, M Scorrano
Energy 155, 267-274, 2018
242018
Dissecting the total cost of ownership of fully electric cars in Italy: The impact of annual distance travelled, home charging and urban driving
M Scorrano, R Danielis, M Giansoldati
Research in Transportation Economics 80, 100799, 2020
212020
Drivers’ preferences for electric cars in Italy. Evidence from a country with limited but growing electric car uptake
R Danielis, L Rotaris, M Giansoldati, M Scorrano
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 137, 79-94, 2020
132020
Mandating the use of the electric taxis: The case of Florence
M Scorrano, R Danielis, M Giansoldati
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 132, 402-414, 2020
132020
Import demand in heterogeneous panel data with cross-sectional dependence
T Gregori, M Giansoldati
Applied Economics 52 (5), 443-458, 2020
92020
A note on the estimation of import trade demand functions
M Giansoldati, T Gregori
Economics Letters 157, 133-135, 2017
92017
Barriers to the adoption of electric cars: Evidence from an Italian survey
M Giansoldati, A Monte, M Scorrano
Energy Policy 146, 111812, 2020
82020
Does electric car knowledge influence car choice? Evidence from a hybrid choice model
M Giansoldati, L Rotaris, M Scorrano, R Danielis
Research in Transportation Economics 80, 100826, 2020
82020
Prospettive di mercato e accettabilità dell’automobile elettrica: un’indagine empirica
C Collavizza, M Giansoldati, L Rotaris
Rivista di Economia e Politica dei Trasporti, 2017
72017
The slow uptake of electric cars in Italy and Slovenia. Evidence from a stated-preference survey and the role of knowledge and environmental awareness
L Rotaris, M Giansoldati, M Scorrano
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 144, 1-18, 2021
62021
Are air travellers willing to pay for reducing or offsetting carbon emissions? Evidence from Italy
L Rotaris, M Giansoldati, M Scorrano
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 142, 71-84, 2020
62020
The cost gap between electric and petrol cars: an estimate via a persona-based deterministic and a probabilistic total cost of ownership model
M Scorrano, R Danielis, M Giansoldati
International Journal of Transport Economics 46 (3), 93-122, 2019
62019
The Economic Case for Electric Vehicles in Public Sector Fleets: An Italian Case Study
R Danielis, M Scorrano, M Giansoldati, S Alessandrini
World Electric Vehicle Journal 11 (1), 22, 2020
42020
La stima della domanda di auto elettriche basata sulla metanalisi
M Giansoldati, L Rotaris, R Danielis, M Scorrano
42017
The International Evolution of Italian and Chinese Districts: What Role for Lead Firms?
M Giansoldati, R Pauluzzo
Transition Studies Review 18 (2), 471-486, 2011
42011
Electric light commercial vehicles for a cleaner urban goods distribution. Are they cost competitive?
M Scorrano, R Danielis, M Giansoldati
Research in Transportation Economics 85, 101022, 2021
32021
Export starters and exiters: Do innovation and finance matter?
SPS Rossi, G Bonanno, M Giansoldati, T Gregori
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 56, 280-297, 2021
32021
Is electric car uptake driven by monetary factors? A total cost of ownership comparison between Norway and Italy
M Scorrano, M Giansoldati, T Andreas Mathisen
Is electric car uptake driven by monetary factors? A total cost of ownership …, 2019
32019
Train-feeder modes in Italy. Is there a role for active mobility?
M Giansoldati, R Danielis, L Rotaris
Research in Transportation Economics 86, 100990, 2021
22021
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