Professor of Economics, Affiliate Head, Division of Economics
A number one knowledgeable on the economic group of economic markets, Professor Clark’s work has studied competitors within the banking sector and its implications for monetary stability. His analysis is concentrated on the evolution of banking market construction, typically ensuing from modifications in rules or know-how and the affect of this evolution on mortgage pricing, entry to credit score and financial institution danger. He has additionally printed broadly on the economics of commercial group writ massive, together with analysis on procurement coverage, value controls and price-fixing. He holds the Stephen J.R. Smith Chair in Financial Coverage at Queen’s and is a fellow at CIRANO and a college advisor on the John Deutsch Institute.