Lisa A. Robinson, MPP, is a Senior Research Scientist in the Center for Health Decision Science and the Center for Risk Analysis at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Deputy Director of the Center for Health Decision Science. She specializes in the economic analysis of environmental, health, and safety policies and regulations and teaches benefit-cost analysis as part of the decision science curriculum. Ms. Robinson’s recent work focuses on the conduct of benefit-cost analysis, particularly for policies with outcomes that cannot be fully valued using market measures. She has developed guidance for conducting these analyses in both high income and resource-limited settings. Ms. Robinson has also explored the implications of behavioral economics and happiness research, approaches for assessing employment and distributional impacts, and the impacts of warnings and other information dissemination efforts. She holds an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.