Christine Moser is currently an Associate Professor of Economics at Western Michigan University in the area of development economics. She enjoys doing research in the field and her most recent projects have taken her to Kenya, Chad and Madagascar. Moser's current research interests include local governance, the allocation of public goods, food safety, the integration of rural agricultural markets, and natural resource management in remote areas. She teaches development economics at the graduate level, and introductory macroeconomics and environmental economics at the undergraduate level.
Before going to graduate school, Moser served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Central African Republic and Benin, where she worked on agricultural and environmental education projects. As an undergraduate at the University of Missouri-Columbia, she spent one year in Japan as an exchange student.