Christopher Walters

Assistant Professor
Fields: Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
Research Interests: Economics of education; human capital; discrete choice modeling; program evaluation
Short Biography

Christopher Walters joined the economics department as an assistant professor after receiving his PhD in economics from MIT in 2013. He received a National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellowship in 2012. In 2008, he graduated with a BA in eco­nom­ics and phi­los­o­phy from the University of Virginia and received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

Current Research:
School choice; school effectiveness; early childhood interventions
Current Status: Teaching
Office: 657 Evans Hall
Phone: 510-643-8596