Prof. Joseph Cook is a faculty member at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington since 2007. His research focus is primarily on water and sanitation policy in low-income countries, water resources management, stated preference methods, and vaccine policy. He has published 20 articles and 2 book chapters in a variety of journals such as the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, World Development, Water Resources Research and raised $560,000 in research funding as PI or co-PI. He has consulted for the Asian Development Bank, the International Vaccine Institute, the Hopi Tribe, and Global Water Challenge. He also advises African PhD students through the Center for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa, based in Pretoria, SA, and is affiliated with the Kenyan center of the Environment for Development initiative. He is also an associate with EfD-Kenya.