Curriculum Vitae - Lise Vesterlund


Education:

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1997
M.S.in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1995
B.A. in Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1990

Fields:

Public Economics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Applied Microeconomics.

Principal Employment:

Andrew W. Mellon Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Sept. 2009-
Andrew W. Mellon Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh, 2007-2009
Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh, 2004-2007
Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Aug. 2001-Aug. 2004
Assistant Professor, Iowa State University, Sept. 1997- Aug. 2001

Other Appointments:

National Bureau of Economic Research: Research Associate, Public,2011-
American Economic Review, associate editor, 2011-
Journal of Public Economics, co-editor, 2010-
Journal of Economic Literature, Board of editors, 2010-
Journal of European Economic Association, associate editor, 2010-11
Journal of Public Economics, associate editor, 2008-10
Experimental Economics, associate editor, 2009-
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2005-10
Guest Editor: Journal of Public Economic Theory, associate editor, 2010
National Science Foundation, Economics Review Panel, 2004-06
Advisory Committee member for Women’s Philanthropy Institute, Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University, 2009-
Corporate Circle Advisory Board Member, National Council for Research on Women,New York City., 2009-
Associate Member, Center of Economic and Business Research, Copenhagen Business School, July 2005-August 2010
Visiting Assistant Professor, HBS, Harvard University, Aug. 2000- July 2001
Visiting Assistant Professor, Center of Philanthropy and Dept. of Econ., IUPUI, Fall 1999.

Publications:

Click publications

Grants:

National Science Foundation Grant, Charitable Giving and Cooperation, 2010-2013 ($276.640)

National Science Foundation Grant, Collaborative Research: Gender Differences in Competitive Attitudes, 2006-2009 ($198,545 awarded to Univ. of Pittsburgh)

National Science Foundation Grant, Charitable Giving and Fundraising, 2004-2007 ($240,000)

National Science Foundation Grant, Children’s Development of Economic Skills and Preferences, with William Harbaugh and Kate Krause, 2001-2004 ($340,000)

National Science Foundation Grant, Sequential Fundraising, 1999-2002 ($104,000)

MacArthur Foundation Grant, on risk, with William Harbaugh and Kate Krause, 19992001 ($5,000)

Russell Sage Foundation, grant awarded to arrange conference on behavioral economics, 1999 ($5,000)

Invited Scholar at the Center of Philanthropy and the Economics Department at IUPUI, Fall 1999 ($35,000)

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