Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor Archibong's research areas include development economics, political economy, economic history and environmental economics with an African regional focus. Her research investigates the role of institutions and environment in inequality of access to public services (particularly infrastructure, education and measures of public health). Some current research studies the impact of climate-induced health shocks on the gender gap in human capital investment. Other work studies the role of domestic labor coercion in public infrastructure projects in British colonial Africa, and the effects of taxation on public service provision in Nigeria. She is a faculty affiliate at Columbia University's Center for Development Economics and Policy (CDEP), The Earth Institute at Columbia University, the Institute of African Studies and the Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University.
She joined the Economics faculty in 2015 and received a B.A. in Economics/Philosophy and a Ph.D. in Sustainable Development from Columbia University. Her CV and further information can also be found on her personal website.
Research and Teaching Fields
Development Economics, Political Economy, Economic History, Environmental Economics
Econ BC3063 Senior Seminar: Logic and Limits of Economic Justice
Econ BC3041 Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy
Econ BC3039 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Econ BC1003 Introduction to Economic Reasoning
In the News
During the spring 2018 semester, Barnard's faculty were awarded distinguished research grants and fellowships in the arts, creative scholarship, economics, and science.
In the summer and fall of 2017, Barnard's exceptional faculty were awarded multiple prestigious research grants and fellowships.
Profs. Rajiv Sethi, Homa Zarghamee and Belinda Archibong are part of a group of professors who have developed an innovative economics curriculum and interactive and free textbook.
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