Christine Martell, PhD

Professor

Portrait of Professor Christine Martell

Email Address: christine.martell@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone: 303-315-2716

Office Hours: By appointment





Bio

Christine Martell is a professor at University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs, where she focuses on issues of public finance and policy. Her teaching and research interests include debt policy issues, fiscal federalism, tax and expenditure limitations, tax increment financing, international development and the development of municipal credit markets in developing countries. She has worked in the United States, Brazil, Georgia, Taiwan and Jordan. Dr. Martell is the recipient of the Jesse Burkhead Award as well as Excellence in Service and Excellence in Teaching awards. Prior to joining CU Denver in 2000, Dr. Martell earned a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Tech and a PhD of Public Affairs from Indiana University.

Areas of Expertise

debt policy issues, fiscal federalism, international development, development of municipal credit markets in developing countries

Education, Licensure & Certifications

Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs
Indiana University at Bloomington

Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Curriculum Vitae

CV-Martell-Christine-02-2020