Rachel Franklin is a population geographer and regional scientist whose research focuses on regional changes in population composition and the causes/impacts of those changes. Methodologies used in her research typically include spatial regression modeling, regional analytical tools, and GIS. Recent work has addressed the relationship between population structure and carbon emissions in the U.S. Another strand of research examines the relationship between local population composition and diversity in American higher education institutions.

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Assistant Professor of Population Studies (Research)
Population Studies & Training Center
Phone: +1 401 863 1064
E-mail: Rachel_Franklin@brown.edu

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