“Financial Literacy and Political Orientation” (with Alberto Montagnoli, Georgios Panos and Robert Wright). R&R at European Journal of Political Economy.
“Cleaner Nudges? Policy Labels and Investment Decision Making” (With Ian A Lange and Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman). Submitted. [Jan 2016 superseded working paper version here].
“Financial Literacy and Attitudes To Redistribution” (with Alberto Montagnoli, Georgios Panos and Robert E. Wrigth). Submitted.
“Date of Birth and Selective Schooling” (With Robert A Hart). Submitted.
“Does Education Improve Financial Outcomes? Quasi-experimental evidence from Britain” (with Alberto Montagnoli and Daniel J Gray).
Work in Progress
“Spatial variation in life satisfaction” (with S Ferreira, M Ahmadiani, F Brereton).
“Benefits Sanctions in the UK (2010-2015): Employment and mental health effects across UK local authorities” (with Liam Delaney, Michael Daly, Mark Mitchell, Christopher Boyce).
“Austerity, expectations and well-being” (with Sarah Brown, Alexandros Kontonikasz, Alberto Montagnoli, Luisanna Onnis).
“Investigating the impact of public interventions to reduce drinking water lead contamination on infant health in Scotland” (with Kevin T Schnepel)
“The effect of the Winter Fuel Payment on mortality and morbidity” (with Michael Daly, Maria Navarro Paniagua, Elanor Sidman, Ian Walker, Matthew Weldon)
“Education, financial literacy and financial behaviour: Evidence from compulsory schooling laws in Italy” (with Alberto Montagnoli and Daniel J Gray)
“Banking deregulation and household energy expenditure” (with E Damar, I Lange, C McKennie)
Publications in Refereed Journals
Comerford David, Ian Lange, Mirko Moro. 2017 “Proof of Concept that Requiring Energy Labels for Dwellings Can Induce Retrofitting”, Energy Economics, forthcoming.
Montagnoli Alberto and Mirko Moro. 2017 “The Cost of Banking Crises: New Evidence from Life Satisfaction Data” Kiklos, forthcoming.
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Lange, I. A., M. Moro, L. Traynor. 2014. “Green Hypocrisy? Electricity Expenditures and Environmental Attitudes in UK.” Ecological Economics, 107: 76-83.
Moro, M., Anke Fischer, E.J. Milner-Gulland , Asanterabi Lowassa, Loiruck C. Naiman, and Nick Hanley. 2014. “Price Effects and the Demand for Illegally-Hunted Bushmeat in the Serengeti”, Animal Conservation, 18(4): 377-386.
Moro, M., Lyons, S., Mayor, K. and R. J. Tol. 2013. “Does the housing market reflect cultural heritage? A case study of Greater Dublin.” Environment and Planning A, 45(12): 2884-2903.
Bush, G., Hanley, N., Moro, M., Rondeau D. 2013. “Measuring the Local Costs of Conservation: A Provision Point Mechanism for Willingness-to-Accept Estimates” Land Economics, 89 (3), 490-513
Ferreira, S. and Moro, M. 2013. “Income and Preferences for the Environment: Evidence from Subjective Well-Being Data.” Environment and Planning A, 45(1): 650 – 667.
Akay, A., F. Brereton, J Cuñado, S. Ferreira, P. Martinsson, M. Moro, T. Ningal. 2013. “Life satisfaction and air quality in Europe.” Ecological Economics, 88: 1-10.
Moro, M., Fischer, A., Czajkowski, M., Brennan, D., Lowassa, A., Naiman C. L., and Nick Hanley. 2013. “An investigation using the choice experiment method into options for reducing illegal bushmeat hunting in western Serengeti.” Conservation Letters, 6 (1): 37-45.
Ferreira, S. and Moro, M. 2011. “Constructing Genuine Savings Indicators for Ireland, 1995-2005.” Journal of Environmental Management, 92: 542-553.
Ferreira, S. and Moro, M. 2010. “On the Use of Subjective Well-being Data for Environmental Valuation.” Environmental and Resource Economics, 46 (3): 249.
Mentzakis, E. and Moro, M. 2009. “The Poor the Rich and the Happy.” Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly The Journal of Socio-Economics), 38(1): 147-158.
Moro, M., Brereton, F., Clinch, J.P. and Ferreira, S. 2008. “Ranking Quality of Life Using Subjective Well-being Data.” Ecological Economics, 65(3): 448-460.
Policy Papers, Reports & Invited Commentaries
“The Supply-side Effects of Energy Efficiency Labels” 2016. Payne Institute Policy Briefs 2016-01, Colorado School of Mines.
“Policy Labels and Investment Decision-making”, (With Ian Lange and Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman), 2015. Policy Brief, Payne Institute for Earth Resources, Colorado School of Mines.
“Psychic losses and economics: New research shows that banking crises have a long-term scarring effect on individuals”, 2015. Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI).
“Using Subjective Wellbeing for Energy Policy Analysis” (With H. Welsch, S. Ferreira, P Biermann, F Brereton, André Müller, T Ningal), 2014. Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE).
“What’s in a Name? The Winter Fuel Payment Nudges Recipients Away from Installing Renewable Energy Technologies” (with Ian A Lange and Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman), 2014. Policy brief for Nuffield Foundation.
“Air Quality Linked to well-being at a regional level in Europe”, 2013 (With Ferreira, S., A. Akay, F. Brereton, J. Cuñado, P. Martinsson, and T. Ningal), Science for Environment Policy, European Commission DG, Environment News Alert Service, Issue 335, 4th July 2013.
“Review of MacKerron, G. ‘Happiness Economics from 35,000 feet’”, 2011. Invited commentary at Wiley Economics Online Conference.
“Technical report on GIS Analysis, Mapping and Linking of Contextual Data to the European Social Survey”, 2011, (with Finbarr Brereton, Tine F Ningal and Susana Ferreira). Download
“Understanding and measuring quality of life in Ireland: sustainability, happiness and well-being” (with Finbarr Brereton, J. Peter Clinch, Susana Ferreira, Craig Bullock). 2006. Briefing paper for Cohmar National Conference “Towards Sustainability in the National Development Plan 2007 – 2013”.
“National and Regional Physical Accounts (Material Flows) for the United Kingdom” (with Tom Wiedmann, Mark Hammer & John Barrett), 2005. REAP Report No. 4, Resources and Energy Analysis Program, Stockholm Environment Institute, York.
“L’informativa ambientale nei bilanci d'esercizio: risultati di un'indagine empirica nel settore oil & gas.” (with Giorgio Vicini ), 2002. Rapporti Sullo Sviluppo Sostenibile Della Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei 2-2002.