Associate Professor Jeremy Clark
Head of Department
B.A. (Hons.) (Economics) (University of British Columbia)
Ph.D. (Economics) (Cornell University)
Business and Law Rm 424 (4th floor west)
Phone: +64 3
Internal Phone: 6308
Department of Economics and Finance
University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
ECON 668- Experimental Economics (NOT OFFERED IN 2014)
- Environmental Economics
- Experimental Economics
- Behavioural Economics
- Public Economics
- "The effects of housing prices on fertility and family size” with Ana Ferrer
- "Evaluating the Weights and Factors Used in the New Zealand School Decile Funding System” with Susmita Das
“Making micro-finance work for entrepreneurs: an experimental investigation” with John Spraggon
Alm, James; Jeremy Clark and Kara Liebel (forthcoming) “Enforcement, Socio-economic Diversity, and Tax Filing Compliance” Southern Economic Journal.
Bruce, Chris and Jeremy Clark (2015) “Collaborative bargaining in the presence of private, unverifiable information: An experimental test.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 4, 1, January, 82-104.
Armstrong, Hayden and Jeremy Clark (2013) "Does higher social diversity affect people’s contributions to local schools? Evidence from New Zealand.” New Zealand Economic Papers, 47, 2, 188-233.
Clark, Jeremy and Bonggeun Kim (2012) “The effect of neighbourhood diversity on volunteering: Evidence from New Zealand” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 12, (Topics), Article 5 (47pp).
Bruce, Chris and Jeremy Clark (2012) “The impact of entitlements and equity on cooperative bargaining: an experiment” Economic Inquiry, 50, 4, 867-879.
Thornton, Samuel and Jeremy Clark (2010) “Does higher social diversity lower people’s contributions to public goods? The case of volunteering in New Zealand" New Zealand Economic Papers, 44, 1, 27-60.
Bruce, Chris and Jeremy Clark (2010) “The efficiency of direct public involvement in environmental policy making: an experimental test” Environmental and Resource Economics, 45, 157-182. (Lead article)
Chung, Chul; Clark, Jeremy; and Bonggeun Kim (2009) “Is the growing skill premium purely a metropolitan issue?” Economic Letters, 102, 73-75.
Clark, Jeremy and Lana Friesen (2009) “Overconfidence in forecasts of own performance: an experimental study” The Economic Journal, 119, January, 229-251.
Clark, Jeremy and Lana Friesen (2008) “The causes of order effects in contingent valuation surveys: an experimental investigation” The Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 56, 195-206.