Philip Sirianni

Philip Sirianni, Ph.D.

Associate 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

Recent Intellectual Contributions:

"Amazon Prime Membership and Compensating/Equivalent Variation: A Teaching Tool."  Journal of Economics and Finance Education, forthcoming

"Stock Price Reactions to the Paris Climate Agreement." with Kai Chen and Zhijian Huang, Quarterly Journal of Finance and Accounting, forthcoming

"Incorporating Sustainability and the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) into an Undergraduate Research Program," with Charlene Foley-Deno and Sara Stathopoulos, Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, Vol. 9(1), pp. 37-46, 2019. 

"Would you put your money where your carbon is?  Survey evidence from commuters to a college campus," with William O'Dea and Zachary VanEarden, New York Economic Review, Vol. 48, pp. 51-71, 2017.

“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.

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