Session O-1E

Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences -International and Local Issues Related to Economics, Political Science, and Law

1:30 PM to 3:00 PM | MGH 254 | Moderated by Michelle Turnovsky
Add to my favorites Islam and Economic Populism: How Iranian Religious Rhetoric Evolved through the Economic Conditions of the Population
Presenter
  • Joe Najmolhoda, Senior, International Studies
Mentor
  • Arbella Bet-Shlimon, History

Add to my favorites Chinese Lending to African Energy Projects
Presenter
  • Stefan De Villiers, Senior, Economics UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Robert Halvorsen, Economics

Add to my favorites Military Justice in Chile: Exploring its Ongoing Violation of the American Convention on Human Rights
Presenter
  • Rachel Blair, Senior, International Studies Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Angelina Godoy, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites Crime and Returns on Legal Work: How Changes in State-level Income Taxation Affect Crime Rates
Presenter
  • Simon Lavassar Schumacher, Senior, Economics, Business Administration
Mentor
  • Dennis O'Dea, Economics

Add to my favorites Potential Unintended Consequences of the Washington State Creative Districts Program
Presenter
  • Samantha June Smith, Senior, Sustainable Urban Development (Tacoma), Law and Policy (Tacoma)
Mentors
  • Anne Taufen, Urban Studies (Tacoma Campus), UW Tacoma
  • Cameron Collins, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus), University of Washington Taoma

Add to my favorites The Economic Impact of the Ever Given Blockage: An Event Study
Presenter
  • Karun Thota, Senior, Economics
Mentor
  • Michelle Turnovsky, Economics

Add to my favorites A Comparison of Contact Tracing Apps and COVID-19 ControlĀ in Shenzhen and King County
Presenter
  • Fred Zhao, Senior, Geography: Data Science
Mentor
  • Mia Bennett, Geography