Robyn C. Meeks, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Harvard University, Ph.D. in Public Policy, 2012

Research fields: Environmental economics, development economics
Dissertation Title: "Essays on the Economics of Household Water Access in Developing Countries"

Yale University, Masters in Environmental Management, 2005
Thesis Title: "International Development and Integrated Water Resources Management"

Brown University, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 2000

Personal website: here

Robyn Meeks is an assistant professor with a joint appointment between the School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA).   Dr. Meeks teaches within the Environmental Policy and Planning field of study in SNRE and the Program in the Environment in LSA.  Her research fields include environmental and development economics and policy. Currently, much of her work focuses on understanding individual and household behavioral responses to the introduction of various environmental technologies and types of infrastructure in developing countries.  Her research has been funded through organizations such as the National Science Foundation and the Fulbright Program.


Research interests:

Environmental and natural resource economics and policy; development economics and policy


Please see personal website.