Robert Holahan is an assistant professor of environmental studies and political science. His primary area of research investigates environmental policy from a social-ecological perspective that incorporates the biological, ecological and geological characteristics of resource systems with the economics of human decision-making. His current research projects include a property-rights examination of unconventional oil and gas production, and a cross-national study on the vote choices of parliamentarians over environmental policies.
- BA, MA, Washington University
- PhD, Indiana University
- Environmental Policy
- Political Science and Sustainability