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Adam Soliman.

Adam Soliman

Research Economist

Expertise: economics of crime, health economics, economics of education

SAL 2.11 B


Dr. Adam Soliman is a postdoctoral scholar in the Policing and Crime research group at the Centre for Economic Performance. He recently graduated with PhD in economics from Duke University and will join the Department of Economics at Clemson University as an Assistant Professor in the Fall of 2024. His research is at the intersection of the crime, health, and education fields, with a particular focus on drug abuse, juvenile criminal behavior, and enforcement.

Current areas of research include:

  • Causes and consequences of drug epidemics
  • Externalities of home ownership
  • Policies that shift the opportunity cost of crime
  • Policing incentives