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Visiting Professorship in Environmental Economics

The Visiting Professorship in Environmental Economics is supported by a 5-year anonymous gift to the Princeton Environmental Institute. The program brings leading economists to campus for collaborations at the intersection of economics, public policy, and environmental sciences.

Former appointees have explored topics such as environmental justice, ecosystems services, sustainable development, and/or climate policy. Visitors are expected to contribute to on-going research endeavors and collaborations with members of the PEI’s associated faculty and may be encouraged to contribute to PEI’s teaching program by offering undergraduate and/or graduate level seminar course(s) and by mentoring undergraduate students on independent projects. Visitors hold joint appointments in PEI and an academic department appropriate to their background and scholarship. Appointments range from one semester to a full academic year.

Former Visiting Professors

Term Professor Research Focus
2012-2013 Milind Kandlikar, Visiting Research Scholar, Research Community on Communicating Uncertainty: Science, Institutions, and Ethics in the Politics of Global Change/Reed Intersection of technology innovation, human development, and the global environment
2010-2011 E. Somanathan, Professor, Planning Unit, Indian Statistical Institute Environment and Development Economics, Evolutionary Models of Economic Behavior
2005-2006 Ramanan Laxminarayan, Resources for the Future Infectious Disease and Global Health
2005-2006 Richard S. J. Tol, Center for Marine and Climate Research, University of Hamburg (Relating article) Climate Change in a Resource Constrained Global Economy
Spring 2005 William A. Brock, Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin - Madison Vaccination Strategies for Influenza
2004-2005 Dr. Wolfram Schlenker, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of California, San Diego Consequences of Global Warming for U.S. Agriculture