Andrew Clark

Andrew Clark

Andrew Clark is a Full Research Professor at the Paris School of Economics (PSE), which he joined in 2008. He is director of the PSE’s labour programme and co-director of the labour programme of CEPREMAP (Centre for Economic Research and its Applications).

Andrew received his PhD at the London School of Economics in 1989. He holds research positions at IZA, LSE, CRESS (Kingston University) and the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis. His research interests are applied microeconomics, the use of job and life satisfaction data to analyse labour market phenomena, modelling the utility function: comparisons and habituation, social interactions and social learning, job quality, and the economic analysis of drug markets and cigarette consumption.

Among others he has published in Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Economic Journal, and the Journal of Economic Literature. Before joining PSE Professor Clark held positions at Dartmouth College, University of Essex and DELTA, and was a full-time consultant for the OECD and Research Professor at the University of Orleans.

Please see Andrew’s PSE website for more details.