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Archibong is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Columbia University where she teaches courses on political economy and environmental economics. Her research areas include development economics, political economy, economic history and environmental economics with an African regional focus. Her research investigates the role of historical 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 disease on the gender gap in human capital investment, and the impact of air pollution from gas flaring on health and cognitive development in children. She has received visiting fellowships at the World Bank, the University of Lagos, and the University of Oxford.