Columbia's Ph.D. in Sustainable Development is housed at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). This doctoral program combines a traditional graduate education in the social sciences, particularly economics, with study in the natural sciences and engineering. Students also benefit from being part of the Earth Institute's research and practice programs that focus on sustainable development.
The Ph.D. candidates listed below would like to be considered for professional opportunities beginning in the fall of 2010.
|Name||Primary Field(s); Secondary Field(s)|
|Saifedean Ammous||Environmental economics and development economics; monetary economics, international economics, macroeconomics|
|Jessica Barnes||Water in the Middle East; political ecology, resource management, international development|
|Mo Ji||Economic development; economic growth, Chinese economy|
|Jose Carlos Orihuela||Political economy of development; green governance; resource and environmental conflicts|
|Lily Parshall||Energy planning; geography, urban energy, urban climate|
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