Our core staff includes highly qualified scientists, mostly holding a PhD degree, with research and consulting experience in a variety of disciplines like statistics, bioinformatics, molecular biology, ecology, microbiology, molecular genetics, public health, environmental engineering, genomics, forensics, etc.

Our research-active team engages in regular professional development activities, including workshop, training, and conference attendance. This allows maintaining professional credentials, reinforcing fundamental practices and exploring cutting-edge methodologies.

In addition to our core staff, we have an extensive network of affiliated partners, from which we can recruit the most suitable profile, to work on your project. Econumerics staff can operate as private advisers or engage in formal academic collaborations, under the affiliation and patronage of various Australian universities.

Andrea Paparini

Dr. Andrea Paparini, the founder director of Econumerics, is a molecular microbiologist working as environmental consultant and adjunct senior scientist in Perth. Andrea is also member of various scientific societies, a co-founder of the West Coast Microbiome Network, and serves as Associate Editor and Reviewer of several peer-reviewed international journals.

Andrea has over twenty years of teaching, research and consultancy experience, gained in Australia, Italy, and USA. In Australia, he has collaborated with a variety of clients including the WA Water Corporation, Swan River Trust, Fiona Stanley Hospital, Department of Health, Bayer Healthcare, Bayer Australia, Water Research Australia, Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, DHI Water & Environment Pty Ltd, and ALCOA of Australia Ltd.

Andrea graduated in Biological Sciences at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, and then completed a PhD in Biotechnology at the University of Siena, Italy. In Rome, Andrea worked as a full-time academic for about 10 years as Assistant Professor (research intensive) or Lecturer in Bioinformatics, Public Health, Ecology and Biotechnology. After a postdoctoral training at the prestigious Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, CA, USA, Andrea moved to Perth, first at The University of Western Australia (Centre for Water Research) and then Murdoch University (former School of Veterinary and Life Sciences).

Flavio Gazzani

Dr. Flavio Gazzani is an economist specialised in renewable energy, environmental protection and climate change policy with an aim toward achieving sustainable development. He has a PhD in Environmental Economics (Murdoch University, Western Australia 2009) and worked as researcher in environmental management and energy economics at Murdoch University.

He has 20 years academic and consultant experiences as working in environmental and energy management, both in Australia and Europe, particularly in the following areas: sustainable energy policy and programs, including energy efficiency, demand‑side management, renewable energy and abatement of greenhouse gas emissions; government energy policy and planning across all energy forms, water management and governance. His research areas are related to econometric models applied to climate change evaluation using Dynamic Integrated Climate Change Model (DICE), Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model for policy analysis and forecasting, and discrete choice modelling for water and energy demand behaviour.

He has served as an expert adviser and consultant on European Commission Energy Roadmap 2050, Nordic Council on sustainable water management and market-based instruments to manage chemical fertilisers, United Nation Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) in assessing the economics impact of climate change in Mediterranean region and adviser on environmental fiscal reform for the Italian, Sweden, Estonian and Switzerland Government. He was also employed as senior researcher at the Stockholm Environmental Institute in Sweden, Auroscope Research Centre in Switzerland and University of Rome Sapiens Italy in developing economic approach to water and energy management.

Rosa Paparini

Dr. Rosa Paparini is a Marketing Professional with 10 years of experience gained in small, medium and large organisations across Italy and Australia. With a dissertation focussing on marketing and customer relationships, she obtained a Master’s Degree in Communication Studies, majoring in Marketing from the University of Perugia, Italy.

Using a well-balanced mix of digital, content and analytics, Rosa also has experience in marketing research, data analysis and new business campaigns to drive prospects through the sales funnel, facilitating their decision-making process.

Rosa’s strategic thinking is essential for managing partnerships, collaborations and negotiations with stakeholders, collaborators and clients. Rosa has broader advisory roles in customer care, sponsorship, branding and commercialization, implementation of ad-hoc marketing campaigns and post-sales initiatives, e-commerce, organisation and execution of events and workshops.

Rosa shares Econumerics’ care for nature and the environment by volunteering, during her free-time, for local non-for profit associations who work to preserve the beauty of Western Australia’s natural landscape.

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At Econumerics we strive to constantly expand our capabilities, and the breadth and quality of our services.
We are seeking a range of professionals, to pursue new ideas rapidly and successfully. If you are interested in joining our team, please use the form below to contact us.

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