A microeconomic exercise on the impacts on households and business of proposed increases in electricity and water tariffs. This entailed the use of individual household- and business-level database to evaluate impacts on disposable income and value added, subject to the estimation and use of demand functions to allow for income and price elasticity responses.
Economic and Financial Impact Assessment of Operating the Delimara Power Station with Alternative Types of Fuel
Evaluation of the financial and economic costs of utilising different types of fuel in an extension of the major power plant in Malta. Financial cost and cost recovery implications, as well as social cost effects using appropriate shadow price measures were utilised in the study. Emphasis was made on scenario analysis to consider the implications […]
Chairing of Conference organised by the Ministry of Finance in the process of gathering stakeholder inputs towards the formulation of the Vision 2015 Document.
Gordon Cordina is member of the Steering Group for the preparation of a National Health Research and Innovation Strategy as The National Research and Innovation Strategic Plan identified health as a priority area of research for Malta.
A presentation delivered to the European Economic and Social Council Working Group III meeting held in Gozo in May 2010 on the better implementation of EU policies towards SMEs