Christian Vossler is a professor and Robert Bohm Scholar in the Department of Economics. His research expertise is in environmental economics, specifically issues related to non-market valuation and nonpoint-source pollution. He teaches environmental economics, econometrics, and behavioral economics.
Recently Vossler was the keynote speaker at the joint annual conference of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association (NAREA) and the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) in Newport, Rhode Island. He presented a talk entitled, “Chamberlin meets Ciriacy-Wantrup: Using Experimental Economics Principles to Inform Stated Preference Research.”
Vossler has published 35 articles in refereed outlets including the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, the RAND Journal of Economics, the Journal of Public Economics, and the American Economic Journal: Microeconomics. He is a co-editor of Environmental & Resource Economics, a co-editor of the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, the Director of the UT Experimental Economics Laboratory, and Research Fellow at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. He also directs graduate programs for the Department of Economics.