Originally from Argentina, I came to Potsdam, NY in 2007 when I joined the Clarkson family. Since then, I have been hard at work balancing my professional activities and raising my kid (and dog). Recognizing how quickly time goes by, we try to spend much of our free time creating memories with the family (hikes in the summer, skiing in the winter). As the proud mother of a talented ballerina, I spend much of my off time driving my daughter to and from her ballet school in Ottawa. In the summer time, we enjoy exploring new cultures in different areas of the world. Everything in life is a learning experience and I want to make the most of each one of them.
University of Memphis
Law and Economics; Industrial Organization; Game Theory; Development Economics; International Trade; and Behavioral Microeconomics.
- Respect Award 2011 and 2012. This award recognizes faculty for the caring, service and respect for diversity demonstrated to students with disabilities.
- MBA Faculty member of the year 2012. In recognition of outstanding service and dedication to the Clarkson University Graduate Business School MBA class of 2012.
- 2012 Tapped into Phalanx, the senior honorary leadership society at Clarkson University, in recognition of outstanding student leadership.
- Commendable Leadership Award 2012. This award recognizes members of the campus community who have achieved success in campus leadership and service; it is granted by Phalanx, Clarkson University’s highest honor society.
- Ralph Janaro Memorial Faculty Award 2011 and 2012. Granted by the Clarkson University’s Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma in recognition of teaching excellence.
- Outstanding Teacher Award 2011. This award recognizes excellence in teaching, it is granted by the Clarkson University Students Association.
- Outstanding new teacher award 2009. This award recognizes outstanding teaching quality and it is granted by Clarkson University.
- Inspiring Mentor Award, 2009. Presented by the Xi Rho Chapter of the Delta Zeta Sorority in recognition of commendable service to the class of 2009.
- Barbara Tuckman Memorial Fellowship 2005-2006. This fellowship is awarded to graduate students for outstanding overall achievement in research.
- Doctoral Fellowship, University of Memphis, 2004-2007
- First Place 19th Annual Graduate Student Research Competition, University of Memphis 2007.
- Echazu, L., Nocetti, D., 2015. “Charitable giving: Altruism has no limits”. Journal of Public Economics. Vol. 25, 46-53.
- Echazu, L., Nocetti, D., 2013. “Priority Setting in Health Care: Disentangling Risk Aversion from Inequality Aversion”. Health Economics. Vol. 22, Issue 6, 730-740.
- Echazu, L. & Frascatore, M. R. 2012. “Supply Chain Quality, Mandatory Insurance, and Recall Risk International Review of Business and Economics. Vol. 11 No. 1, 1-11.
- Echazu, L. & Garoupa, N. 2012. “Why not adopt a Loser-pays-all rule in Criminal Litigation?” International Review of Law and Economics. 32, 233-241.
- Echazu, L., Nocetti, D., & Smith, W. 2012. “A New Look into the Determinants of the Ecological Discount Rate: Disentangling Social Preferences”. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. Vol.12 Iss.1 (Advances). Article 15.
- Echazu, L. 2010. “Corruption and the Balance of Gender Power”. Review of Law and Economics 6 (1), 59-74.
- Echazu, L. & Garoupa, N. 2010. “Corruption and the Distortion of Law Enforcement Effort”. American Law and Economics Review 12 (1), 162-180.
- Echazu, L. 2009. “Product Differentiation, and International Trade: Exploring the Alchian-Allen Effect”. Research in Economics 63, 95-101.
- Echazu, L. & Bose, P. 2008. “Corruption, Centralization and the Informal Sector”. Southern Economic Journal.75 (2), 524-537.
- Bose, P. & Echazu, L. 2007. “Corruption with Heterogeneous Enforcement Agents in the Shadow Economy”. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 163 (2), 285-296.