Faculty Student Research

The Lowe Institute sponsors faculty-student research projects on a wide range of economic topics over the summer and academic school year. Recent faculty student research projects include studies on the relationship between Chinese asset prices and inflation, the economics of oil shocks and terrorism, an empirical analysis of auction theory using Starbuck gift cards, and the determinants of Indian wars during the nineteenth century.

2017-18 Faculty Student Research Projects

David BjerkGED Difficulty and High School Completion

Darren FilsonThe Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Allocation of Air Passenger Traffic in the United States

Jeffrey FloryDo Diversity Messages in Recruiting Work? A Field Experiment at a Fortune 500 Company

Manfred KeilA Study of the Hotel Industry in the Coachella Valley

William LincolnThe Impact of Rising Imports from China on U.S. Firm Operations

Serkan OzbeklikPay-for-Performance Teacher Incentives and Student Outcomes

Angela VossmeyerSystemic Risk: The Great Recession vs. the Great Depression