CarlyWill Sloan to Begin Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position at Claremont Graduate University

May 14, 2020
Summary: CarlyWill Sloan, PERC Graduate Student Fellow, will receive her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University and start her new job in the fall semester as a tenure track assistant professor of economics at Claremont Graduate University.  She works in the field of applied microeconomics, and her job market paper is “Racial Bias by Prosecutors: Evidence from Random Assignment.”  She also has papers on “The Minimum Wage and Search Effort,” an NBER working paper 25216 (coauthored with PERC Professor Jonathan Meer and Camilla Adams), “The Effect of Risk Assessment Scores on Judicial Behavior and Defendant Outcomes,” IZA Discussion paper 11948 (coauthored with George Naufal and Heather Caspers), “Does Race Matter for Police Use of Force? Evidence from 911 Calls” (coauthored with PERC’s Mark Hoekstra), and “Does Violence on the Job Change Police Behavior.” 
Carlywill was mentored by PERC-affiliate Mark Hoekstra.  Mark is a Professor of Economics and he holds PERC’s Rex B. Grey Professorship.

Read her working paper, "Does Race Matter for Police Use of Force? Evidence from 911 Calls," here.