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.

2018-19 Faculty Student Research Projects

Does Information on Past Choices Affect Diversity in Hiring and Promotions? A Field Experiment with Hiring Managers at a Major Global Manufacturing Firm
Jeffrey Flory

Power Laws in Lobbying
William Lincoln

Internal Improvements, Political Nationalism, and Hamiltonian Economics
Emily Pears