Session 2O

Economic Issues

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Michelle Turnovsky
Add to my favorites Extending a Theoretical Framework for Superfund Site Remediation
Presenter
  • Cameron Raber, Senior, Mathematics, Economics, Pacific Lutheran University
Mentors
  • Lynn Hunnicutt, Economics, Pacific Lutheran University
  • Mark Reiman, Economics, Pacific Lutheran Universithy

Add to my favorites The Impact of the Take Charge Family Planning Initative on Educational Attainment for Hispanic Women in Washington State
Presenter
  • Nadya Ekhteraee-Sanaee, Senior, Economics UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Rachel Heath, Economics

Add to my favorites Newly Implemented Policy: Two-Child Policy — A Case Study of Taiwan
Presenter
  • Zhiyi (Elaine) Yang, Senior, Economics, Mathematics UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Melissa Knox, Economics

Add to my favorites Intersectional Econometrics: Do People with More Marginalized Identities Earn Less Average Annual Wages than People with More Privileged Identities?
Presenter
  • Michael Vargas, Senior, Economics
Mentor
  • Frances Maloy, Accounting, Finance and Information Systems, Foster School of Business

Add to my favorites Why Do Banks Discriminate? Heterogeneous Effects of Traditional Determinants on Minority vs. Non-Minority Business Loan Default Rate
Presenter
  • Anni Hong, Senior, Mathematics, Economics UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Gregory Duncan, Economics

Add to my favorites When Lower Taxes Are Not Actually Lower Taxes: A State-Level Study of Legal Financial Obligations
Presenter
  • Konan Kile, Senior, Sociology, Economics UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Alexes Harris, Sociology

Add to my favorites Were the Conditions Attached to the IMF Loan to South Korea in 1997 Appropriate?
Presenter
  • Yean Kim, Junior, Economics UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Levis Kochin, Economics
  • Thor Dodson, Economics, UW Economics Department