Corrado Di Maria
Dr Corrado Di Maria is an economist with research interests in several areas of dynamic economics – especially in the field of Growth and Development Economics – and Environmental and Resource Economics.
His recent work on the interface between environmental policy and technological change, and on the economics and policy of non-renewable resource use means that he has a significant contribution to make to the New Optimists Forum where scientists and social scientists are exploring the potential of new energy generation technologies for the Birmingham 2050 food scenarios.
His perspective comes, too, from his work across Europe. With a PhD in Economics from Tilburg University, Corrado has also studied in Rome, Milan and Vienna and joined the University of Birmingham in January 2011, having previously held positions at both Queen’s University in Belfast and University College Dublin.