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School of Economic Sciences | WSU Christopher Clarke

Christopher Arthur Clarke

Education

  • Ph.D. in Economics, Washington State University, Expected May 2018
    • Dissertation: Public Capital, Politics, and Income Inequality
    • Advisor: Raymond G. Batina
  • M.A. in Economics, University of Nevada – Las Vegas. 2013
  • B.A. in Economics, University of Nevada – Las Vegas 2012
    • Minor: Mathematics
    • Minor: Spanish for the Professions

Fields of Interest

  • Public Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Industrial Organization

Publications

Refereed Journal Article
  • Clarke, C.A., Batina, R.G. (forthcoming) “Replicating Aschauer’s (1989) Landmark Paper: “Is Public Expenditure Productive?” Public Finance Review

Working Papers

Works in Progress

Teaching Experience

Visiting Lecturer — University of Nevada – Las Vegas

  • Econ 102 — Principles of  Microeconomics , Fall 2017, Spring 2018. Syllabus.
  • Econ 261 — Introduction to Statistics I, Fall 2017. Syllabus.
  • Econ 203 — Principles of Macroeconomics, Spring 2018.

Instructor — Washington State University

  • EconS 528 — Master’s Macroeconomics, Spring 2017. Syllabus.  Slides Example.
  • EconS 102 — Introduction to Macroeconomics, Summer, Fall 2015; Spring, Summer 2016. Syllabus.
  • EconS 490 — Economic Capstone Lab, Fall 2013; Spring, Fall 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2016. Stata – Helpful Hints

Presentations

  • Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference. Bend, OR, May 2017.
  • Western Economic Association, 91st Annual Conference, Portland, June-July 2016.
  • Washington State University School of Economic Sciences Poster Competition, April 2016.
  • Eastern Washington University. October 2015.
  • Western Economic Association, 89th Annual Conference, Denver, June-July 2014.
  • University Nevada Las Vegas 2012 Undergraduate Research and Symposium. April 2012.
    Clarke, Christopher A.  United States Federal Tax Progressivity: A Comparative Historical Analysis.

Scholarships and Awards

  • Top Hat Engage 2017 Conference Scholarship; $1,000
  • 2nd Place WSU SES Poster Competition; $400
  • Graduate Assistantship, WSU School of Economics Sciences
  • Richard & Janet L. Shumway Graduate Fellowship, WSU School of Economic Sciences; $1,000.
  • Summer Research Grant.  UNLV Lee Business School; $8,000.

References

Contact Info:

E-mail: Christopher.Clarke@wsu.edu

Phone: (702) 551-4665

Website: EconChrisClarke.Wordpress.com

Address:

School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6210