Science and Philosophy 8 (2):47-70 (2020)

This paper is a summary of the research developed in the author’s Ph.D. programme. The case study deals with the implementation of Energy Efficiency policies in the Building sector of the Lazio Region and carries out an ABM analysis of the impacts of training on the social actors involved. Its purpose is to reproduce the social mechanisms through the study of the actors’ actions with ABM in order to evaluate socio-economic impacts by interconnecting the social and economic variables by means of the Social Accounting Matrix.
Keywords ABM, interconnection, social action, environment - energy policy, social influence, training
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DOI 10.23756/sp.v8i2.556
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