Professor Monica Giulietti
Professor of Industrial EconomicsDepartment: Industrial EconomicsCentre/Institute: CRIBSE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Giulietti is Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University Business School since 2023.
Before joining Nottingham, she has worked at the Universities of Loughborough, Warwick, Aston and Exeter. Her research focuses on competition and regulation in wholesale and retail energy markets, energy consumers' behaviour, fuel poverty, distribution networks and decentralised energy resources.Areas of Expertise
Energy markets, Energy efficiency and energy technology adoption, Industrial organisation, Competition policy and regulation, Consumers behaviour and retail markets.
Introduction to economics (Microeconomics) and Economics of regulation and Public choice
Her research has been published in international peer- reviewed journals such as the Economic Journal, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Journal of Industrial Economics, Oxford Economic Papers, Energy Journal, Energy Economics and Energy Policy. She has conducted research for the Department of Energy and Climate Change, the Energy Retail Association, Platts and Western Power Distribution and has received funding from the ESRC, EPSRC, UKERC and the Leverhulme Trust. She is the Principal investigator of the UKERC-funded project on gas price volatility: impacts and mitigations.
School Administrative Roles
Departmental External Engagement Director (Ind Econ)