Welcome to my little corner of the web. I am an economic historian and applied microeconomist with research interests in social economics and innovation. I did my Ph.D. in economics at Harvard University. I am Associate Professor of Economics at Case Western Reserve University.
If you peruse my research page you’ll see I’ve published research on language, religious identity, social status, entrepreneurship, and the economic history of India. I use methods ranging from archival research to observational data to field experiments.
I am currently developing a project about the impact of automation on the labor market in the postwar United States with Leah Boustan.
To download a PDF copy of my CV or research and teaching statement, see the CV tab above.
Published in Experimental Economics, 2018
Recommended citation: Clingingsmith and Sheremeta (2017). ""Status and the Demand for Visible Goods: An Experiment on Conspicuous Consumption" Experiemental Economics. Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 877--904 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10683-017-9556-x
Training Aspiring Entrepreneurs to Pitch Experienced Investors: Evidence from a Field Experiment in the United States
Published in Management Science, 2018
Published in The Economic Journal, 2015
Published in Journal of Human Resources, 2014
Published in Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2009
Deindustrialization in 18th and 19th Century India: Mughal Decline, Climate Shocks and British Industrial Ascent
Published in Explorations in Economic History, 2008