Before arriving at Cornell and the Department of Policy Analysis and Management in the College of Human Ecology Damon Clark was a visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Princeton University. Clark's areas of focus are education economics, labor economics and public economics.
|Teaching and Advising Statement:|
Professor Clark is committed to teaching students about how important concepts in economics and econometrics and to enabling them to become sophisticated users of important economic and econometric tools.
|Current Professional Activities:|
Professor Clark is currently engaged in several projects designed to understand and improve what makes schools effective. He is also working on projects related to the longer-term impacts of educational success.
|Current Research Activities:|
I am working on various research projects, as discussed in "Goals and Initiatives".
- B.A., Economics, Newcastle University;
- M.Phil., Economics, Nuffield College, University of Oxford
- PhD., Economics, Nuffield College, University of Oxford
PAM 3100: Multiple Regression Analysis
PAM 6901: Empirical Strategies for Policy Research II
member, PAM Applied Microeconomics Search Committee
“The Effect of Education on Adult Health and Mortality: Evidence from Britain” (with Heather Royer), forcthoming, American Economic Review.
“The Performance and Competitive Effects of School Autonomy” Journal of Political Economy, 117(4), 745-783, August 2009.
education economics, labor economics, public economics
|The information on this bio page is taken from the CHE Annual Report.|