Anne-Charlotte Souto

Postdoctoral Fellow

 

Email:

acharlotte.souto@pitt.edu

acharlotte.souto@gmail.com

 

Office Address:

The University of Pittsburgh

Department of Economics

Posvar Hall 4711 

230 S. Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
  

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Hello!

 

I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in economics at the University of Pittsburgh focusing on research and policy questions in education and diversity. I earned my undergraduate degree in applied economics and marketing from HEC Montréal, my Master of Economics from the University of New Hampshire, and my PhD in economics from the University of Alabama.

I am currently investigating the evolution of racial disparity in incarceration rates over time and across state for both men and women. 

My broad research interests include economics of education, labor economics, economics of diversity, and applied micro-econometrics.
 

 
 
EDUCATION
2014-2019

Ph.D. Economics

(Culverhouse College Outstanding Dissertation Award)

University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa, AL

2012-2013

M.A. Economics

University of New Hampshire – Durham, NH

2008-2012

B.A. Applied Economics and Marketing

HEC Montréal – Quebec, Canada

RESEARCH
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS


Economics of Education, Economics of Diversity, Labor Economics, and Applied Micro-econometrics.

 


PUBLICATIONS


“Racial Disparity in U.S. Imprisonment across States and over Time” (with Walt Enders and Paul Pecorino), Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 2019, 35, no. 2: 365-392.

“Applied Nonparametric Econometric Methods used in Labor Economics” (with Daniel J. Henderson), Journal of Labor Research, 2018, 39, 355-382 [lead article].

WORKING PAPERS


“Risk-Return Trade-Off in Education: To the Mean and Beyond!” (with Daniel J. Henderson and Le Wang). 

 

 “A Comparison of the Female and Male Racial Disparities in Imprisonment” (with Paul Pecorino and Junsoo Lee)

 
“How Does Compensation for Education Investment Risk Differs by Individual Characteristics? A Subsample Analysis”

 

TEACHING
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE (INSTRUCTOR):

  • Economics of Education - Spring 2020

  • Economics of Education - Fall 2019

  • Intermediate Microeconomics  - Fall 2018

  • Intermediate Microeconomics  - Spring 2018

  • Principles of Microeconomics  - Summer 2015

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE (ASSISTANT):
  • Econometrics (weekly lab),

  • Intermediate Microeconomics (weekly lab),

  • Managerial Economics (online),

  • Principles of Microeconomics,

  • Principles of Macroeconomics,

  • International Trade,

  • Business Finance (weekly lab).

SELECTED STUDENT COMMENTS*

 

  • "She taught me a lot, was very fair, and asked for our input. I succeeded because I went to every class. Ms. Souto was accessible and I liked her very much."

  • "Great at taking students' feedback and adjusting accordingly!"

  • "Ms. Souto was a good instructor. Having had her before with EC 110, I was thrilled to take this course with her. Though I did not struggle in this course, some of the other students did seem to have some difficulty in the class which might be due to various reasons. Whether it was from the course itself or her teaching manner, I feel that I have learned a lot from her. She is always available whenever I need to ask her a question. She does her absolute best to ensure that everyone understands the content."

  • "Souto was a very straightforward teacher and taught us what we needed to know implicitly. I loved the way she taught."

*Teaching evaluation reports will be provided upon request.