Philip Sirianni, Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Economics

Office: 226B Netzer Administration Building
Phone: 607.436.2448

Education: Ph.D., Economics, Binghamton University, 2011; M.A., Economics, Binghamton University, 2007; B.A., Economics and Statistics, University of Rochester, 2002

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Philip Sirianni, Ph.D.

Recent Intellectual Contributions:

“A class activity on the income and substitution effects of a price change.” Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vol. 16(3), pp. 23-34, 2017.

“Carbon efficiency of US colleges and universities: A nonparametric assessment,” with Michael O’Hara, Applied Economics, Vol. 49(11), pp. 1083-1097, 2017. Supplemental File. [Published online August 2016.]

“Do actions speak as loud as words? Commitments to ‘going green’ on campus,” with Michael O’Hara, Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol. 32(2), pp. 503-519, 2014.

“Endogenous environmental discounting and climate-economy modeling.” In: Richardson, Robert B. (ed.), Building a Green Economy: Perspectives from Ecological Economics. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2013.

“Balancing contemporary fairness and historical justice: A ‘quasi-equitable’ proposal for greenhouse gas mitigations,” with Zili Yang, Energy Economics, Vol. 32(5), pp. 1121-1130, 2010.