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Echazu Appointed Assistant Professor of Economics and Financial Studies at Clarkson University
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Echazu received her B.A. in business administration at the Universidad del Salvador (Buenos Aires, Argentina), her M.B.A. at East Carolina University, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in economics at the University of Memphis.
Echazu has taught classes in principles of microeconomics and econometrics over the past three years. Her research interests include industrial organization, game theory, development economics, international trade and behavioral microeconomics.
She received the Barbara Tuckman Memorial Fellowship award, which is awarded to a graduate student for outstanding overall achievement, as well as a doctoral fellowship from the University of Memphis. She also took first place in the 19th annual graduate student research competition at the University of Memphis this year.
Echazu has co-written an article published in the Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, and also contributed to an edited volume in Some Contemporary Issues in Development and Growth Economics, due out later this year.