The Lowe Faculty Student Research Program was established in 2008. Each year, the Institute funds several projects. Faculty work with student research assistants who collect and analyze data and submit the research paper to peer-reviewed journals. These Lowe-sponsored projects were published in top economics, finance, and government journals.
Rose, Shana. State Minimum Wage Laws as a Response to Federal Inaction. State and Local Government Review. 2020; 52(4): 277-286.
Mary F. Evans & Laura O. Taylor, 2020. “Using Revealed Preference Methods to Estimate the Value of Reduced Mortality Risk: Best Practice Recommendations for the Hedonic Wage Model,” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 14(2), pages 282-301.
Angela Vossmeyer with Sryia Anbil. Liquidity from two lending facilities. Journal of Financial Intermediation. forthcoming; 100884, ISSN 1042-9573. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1042957320300383