Energy and Environmental Policy

CPR conducts research that looks at energy and environmental economics and policies. This area of research has both a local and global impact and involves complex issues such as climate change; energy technology, development and innovation; environmental economics; and the impact of environmental change on economic growth, international trade, and industry.

Carmen Carrion-Flores 

Carmen Carrion-Flores

Research Assistant Professor, Economics (Non-Tenure Track)

Director of Undergraduate Studies

Research Interests: Environmental economics, regional and urban economics, labor economics, applied econometrics


David Popp

Carolyn Rapking Faculty Scholar in Public Administration and Policy
Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Research Interests: Environmental economics, economics of technological change

Saba Siddiki

Saba Siddiki

Assistant Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Research Interests: Policy design, implementation and compliance, collaborative governance, institutional analysis, sustainability technology and behavior, environmental policy, food policy

Becky Schewe

Rebecca Schewe

O'Hanley Faculty Scholar
Associate Professor, Sociology

Research Interests: Environmental and natural resource sociology

Peter Wilcoxen

Peter Wilcoxen

Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor for Teaching Excellence
Director, Center for Environmental Policy and Administration
Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Research Interests: Natural resource, environmental economics

For more information about CPR programs and research projects, contact Peggy Austin. You may also obtain general information about CPR by calling +1 315-443-3114, or by sending an email to