School of Business and Economics


Monica Giulietti

Professor Monica Giulietti

Professor of Microeconomics; Deputy Head of Economics Discipline Group

Professor Giulietti’s area of research expertise focusses on competition policy and regulation, energy markets and energy demand.

More specifically her research involves the economic analysis of energy consumption and energy markets, competition and regulation issues in energy markets, energy storage technologies, and consumers’ adoption of energy efficient technologies.

She has conducted research consultancy for the Department of Energy and Climate Change, the Energy Retail Association, Which?, Western Power Distribution, and Platts and has received funding from the EPSRC, ESRC and the Levehulme Trust.

She is an advisor to the Council of European Energy Regulators and has been member of the panel of technical experts for the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change.

She has extensive teaching experience in the areas of Industrial Economics, Economics of Regulation and Competition, Corporate Strategy, Economics for Business. She enjoys teaching these subjects as they allow her to illustrate how economic theory and principles can be used to understand and evaluate strategic decision making and policymaking in real life situations.