Class of 2015 Distinction in Economics

Sara Anderson2

 

Sara Anderson

Independent Research Project
Economic Liberalization and the Increasing Income Inequality in India

Econ 398: India’s Liberalization
Professor Seth Binder

 

Alex Everhart

Government Controlled Limits to the Number of Plans
on the MNsure Exchange
Econ 245: Economics of Health Care, Professor Ashley Hodgson

Behavioral Economics and Racial Inequities in Managed Care Appeals
Econ 372: Behavioral Economics, Professor Ashley Hodgson

Healthcare Equity and Fluidity in Hispanic Ethnicity
Econ 385: Econometrics, Professor Anthony Becker

Alex Everhart2
Brian Hickey

 

Brian Hickey

Argentina: The Justifications for which Argentina Defaulted
Econ 374: Money & Banking, Professor Paul Wojick

Arctic Development: Breaking the Ice
Econ 399: Welfare Economics, Professor Steve Soderlind

Stock Analysis:
Comparison Between Johnson and Johnson and Proctor and Gamble
Mgmt 380: Investments, Professor Rick Goedde

 

Audrey Kidwell

Post-Decision Regret and the Paradox of Choice in the College Search
Econ 372: Behavioral Economics, Professor Ashley Hodgson

Laying the Groundwork to Overcome Cambodia’s Violent Past
Econ 243: Economics Development, Professor Seth Binder

Are Chinese Imports a Blessing or a Curse?
Econ 385: Econometrics, Professor Anthony Becker

 

Audrey Kidwell
Camille Morley

 

Camille Morley

The Impact of Small and Medium Size Enterprise Exports on Development
Econ 382: International Economics, Professor Xun Pomponio

Current Growth and Future Prospects
of Economic Development in Senegal
Econ 243: Economic Development, Professor Seth Binder

Sustainability Standards in Agricultural Exports
Econ 399: Welfare Economics, Professor Steve Soderlind

David Skandera

The Professional Football Market:
Athletic and Economic Competition between 32 Individual Businesses
Econ 244: Business, Government, and Marketplace
Professor Anthony Becker

The Minimum Wage Increase:
A Boost To Low-Income Families and the Economy
Economics 376: Labor Economics, Professor Mark Pernecky

Connecting 9/11 to the Financial Crisis
Econ 374: Money & Banking, Professor Paul Wojick

David Skanderad
Erik Springer

 

Erik Springer

Oil Shocks and U.S. Economic Performance:
Are Democratic Presidents More Lucky?
Econ 385: Econometrics, Professor Anthony Becker

Will Dodd-Frank Prevent the Next Great Recession?
Econ 374: Money & Banking, Professor Paul Wojick

Hatred: Political Gain or Economic Loss?
ID 247: Mare Balticum, Professor Steve Soderlind

 

 

 

Timothy Tuscher

An Investor’s Dilemma: Ford Motor Company vs. General Motors
Mgmt 380: Investments, Professor Rick Goedde

The Great Recession: An Abrupt End to the Great Moderation
E
con 374: Money & Banking, Professor Paul Wojick

The Higher Education Predicament; An Analysis and Solution
Econ 399: Welfare Economics, Professor Steve Soderlind

Tim Tuscher