Clotfelter, Charles T.
CLOTFELTER, Charles T.
CLOTFELTER, Charles T. American, b. 1947. Genres: Economics, Politics/Government. Career: University of Maryland, College Park, assistant professor affiliated with Bureau of Business and Economic Research and department of economics, 1974-79; U.S. Treasury Office of Tax Analysis, Washington, DC, financial economist and Brookings economic policy fellow, 1978-79; Duke University, Durham, NC, associate professor, 1979-84, director of graduate studies at Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, 1979-81, 1989-90, vice provost for academic policy and planning, 1983-85, professor of public policy studies and economics, 1984-, vice chancellor of university, 1985-88, director of Center for the Study of Philanthropy and Voluntarism, 1986-, vice provost for academic programs, 1993-94, Z. Smith Reynolds Professor of Public Policy, 1996-, professor of economics and law, 1996-. National Bureau of Economic Research, research associate, 1982-; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, visiting scholar at Institute for Research in Social Science, 1982; member and/or chair of committees at Duke University; consultant; contributor of testimony regarding economic issues. Publications: Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving, 1985; (with P.J. Cook) Selling Hope: State Lotteries in America, 1989; (with R. Ehrenderg, M. Getz, and J. Siegfried) Economic Challenges in Higher Education, 1991; (ed.) Who Benefits from the Nonprofit Sector?, 1992; Buying the Best: Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education, 1996. Address: Box 90245, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0245, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]