Christian Dippel, Assistant Professor of Economics, joined the Global Economics and Management group at UCLA Anderson School of Management in 2011.
Dippel’s research interests include political economy, international trade, development economics and economic history. His main research interests are the formation, persistence and change of organized interests and social divisions in society, their impact on policy choices and economic growth and the effect that international integration has on these equilibrium relations. In graduate school, Dippel’s research has garnered a number of graduate awards, including an Ontario Graduate Scholarship, the Marie Jane Hendrie Memorial Scholarship, the Albert Berry Prize of the Canadian Economics Association and the Tom Easterbrook Fellowship. Professor Dippel teaches the core Managerial Economics course at UCLA Anderson and in the past has taught graduate and undergraduate International Economics and International Trade at the University of Toronto.