Danforth-Lewis Speakers, 2012-13
Nzinga Broussard ’01 (Ohio State Univ) - “Immigration & the Labour Market Outcomes of Natives in Developing Countries”
Carlos Chiapa (Visiting Assistant Professor, Oberlin) - "The School Repayment Hypothesis for Private Transfers…"
Neil R. Ericsson (Federal Reserve Board of Governors) - "Empirical Economic Modeling in a Policy Context"
Bruce Fallick (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland) - "Job to Job Flows…"
George J. Hall '89 (Brandeis University) - "Musings on US Financial Economic History"
Elaine Hill '05 (Cornell University) - "Resource Extraction and Infant Health: Evidence from Colorado"
Timothy Hubbard (Colby College) - "Efficacy of a Bidder Training Program…"
David Huffman '96 (Swarthmore) - "Incomplete Contracts, Unemployment, and Labor Market Segmentation"
Toshiki Jinushi (Kobe University) - Discussion of student research exchange program
Ronald W. Jones (Rochester) - "Paradoxes in Trade Theory"
Silvia Prina (Case Western) - "The Effects of Savings on Risk-Taking and Intertemporal Choice Behavior"
Jennifer F. Reinganum '76 (Vanderbilt University) - "Cumulative Harm & Resilient Liability Rules for Product Markets"
Eric Rasmusen (Indiana University) - "What Does it Mean to Be a Liberal? An Objective Empirical Approach"
Economics Honors Students "Snapshots" of Theses