Members of the Economics Department
Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
School choice; school effectiveness; early childhood interventions
Economics of education; human capital; discrete choice modeling; program evaluation
About Christopher Walters
Christopher Walters joined the Berkeley faculty as an assistant professor in 2013 after completing a PhD in economics at MIT. Walters is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, a Faculty Affiliate at the MIT School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative (SEII) and an affiliate of J-PAL North America. His research focuses on the topics in labor economics and the economics of education, including early childhood programs, school effectiveness, and labor market discrimination.