Sisi Meng biography
Sisi Meng is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs. Her research interests include environmental and natural resource economics, climate change, geographical information system, and natural hazards. Current projects include households’ preference for sea level rise adaptation policies and the socioeconomic impacts on perceptions of coastal vulnerability. Previously, she was a faculty member in economics at the University of Colorado Denver.
Meng has a Ph.D. in economics from Florida International University.
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