All final presentations will be held in Griffin 6



Monday, May 14


9:00                 Alexander Karlan, “Ambiguity Aversion and Its Effects on Sample Selection for Laboratory Economic Experiments”


10:00               Krista Nylen, “Gender Dynamics in Competition: A Study of Strategic Behavior on Reality Television”


11:00               Stephen Abbott, “Investment and the Rise of the Service Economy”


1:00                 Martin Williams, “The Social and Economic Impacts of South Africa's Child Support Grant”


2:00                 Zachary Grossman, “Measuring the Link between Asset Returns and Economic Growth”


3:00                 Lauren Fernandez, “The Effects of Expanding School Choice in the San Francisco Unified School District”



Tuesday, May 15


9:00                 Arjun Chandar, “Aid Effectiveness and Growth in the Developing World: Does Institutional Quality Matter?”


10:00               Martha Rogers, “Tax Havens: Their Limitations and Effectiveness at Attracting Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries”


11:00               Cagatay Bircan, “The Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on Wage Inequality in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Turkey”


1:00                 Philip Arnolds, “Healthcare, Welfare, and Wealth: The Effect of Medicaid Eligibility on Household Assets”


2:00                 Rowena Ahsan, “The Determination of Foreign Aid and its Impact on Recipient Countries”


3:00                 Candice Corvetti, “Housing Price Capitalization of Education by Part Year Residents”


4:00                 Laurence Dworkin, “Mountains and Seas of People:  A Simple "New Economic Geography"-Based Simulation of Chinese Migration Trends”