Christelle Viauroux

Curriculum Vitae

Biographical Information

Christelle Viauroux, Research Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, specializes in econometrics and microeconomics. Her research interests are in the estimation of structural models of household behavior. Her research applications cover topics in transportation economics, matching theory, labor economics and insurance economics. Her specialization is in panel data econometrics and microeconomic issues arising in the context of incomplete information. Dr. Viauroux has refereed for the Journal of Econometrics, the European Economic Review, the International Economic Review, Transportation Economics, the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, the Journal of Sports Economics. She has served as reviewer for the National Science Foundation and Israel Science Foundation.

Research Interests
  • Econometrics
  • Microeconomics
  • Matching Theory
  • Transportation Economics
  • Labor Economics
Awards and Scholarships
  • DRIF Program Awards, UMBC, Summer 2009
  • Taft Research Center International Travel Grant, Fall 2007
  • Taft Research Center Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2007
  • Faculty Development Grant (with Pradyot K. Sen, Accounting Department) to invite two outside experts:
    Paul Milgrom (Stanford University) and Stephen Penman (Columbia University) to offer two-day workshops.
  • Taft Research Center Research Award, March 2006
  • Taft Research Center Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2005
  • Taft Research Center Travel Research Award, March 2004
  • Ph.D. Prize, Association of Doctors in Art and Sciences, University of Toulouse 1, 2003
  • BQR scholarship, University of Toulouse 1, 1998 - 1999
  • ADRES scholarship, French Association of Economics, 1999 - 2000
  • Ph.D. scholarship, French Ministry of Research, 12/1996 - 09/1999
  • Teaching Assistantship, French Ministry of Research, 09/1999 - 08/2001
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