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Sabina Shaikh

Dr. Sabina Shaikh is an Economics Lecturer in the Program on Global Environment and Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago. She directs the Environment, Agriculture and Food (EAF) working group, in which she leads students on research related to urban environment and food policy issues. Among the EAF group’s projects are the development of a new national certification for green restaurants, sustainability recommendations for professional sports, and the greening of campus cafes. Dr. Shaikh’s sch
Sabina Shaikh

Sabina Shaikh is the Director of the Program on Global Environment and a Senior Lecturer in the Social Science Collegiate Division and Harris School for Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Sabina oversees the Environmental & Urban Studies major and the Environment, Agriculture and Food working group in the College. Her research focuses on the economic valuation of urban environmental resources and the development of market and behavioral-based programs for natural resource management. Her current research projects include the effect of Mekong River water sustainability on livelihoods in Cambodia, and the association of environmental exposures to public health in urban and rural counties in the U.S. and behavioral adaptations to waste management systems.

Dr. Shaikh holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin and a Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Davis.

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