Schedule for Thesis Presentations, Spring 2005

 

All sessions are in Campion 328 from 9:00-10:15.  Advisers are invited to attend.  Each presentation should be about 30 minutes.  The room is equipped for power point presentations and also has an overhead project. 

 

 

April 12

 

Emily Stanger:  "Microfinance: A Lens into Female Economic Motivation and Decisions in Latin America" (Cox)

 

 

April 14

 

Veronica Korb:  "Chinese Economic Growth: Is the Pace Sustainable?" (Murphy)

 

Matt Hays:  "Leading Indicators and the Stock Market" (Petersen)

 

 

April 19

 

Matt List:  "A Consumer Price Index for the Elderly" (Munnell)

 

Ryan O'Regan:  "On-Line Auctions" (Konishi)

 

 

April 21

 

Raffi Garcia:  "Salary Inequality in Baseball Economics" (Anderson)

 

Ann Marie Gormley:  "The Mirage of Transatlantic Cooperation" (Ghironi)

 

 

April 26

 

Barry Mills:  "Effects from California's Proposition 13" (McGowan)

 

Rachel Topham:  "The Automobile Industry in China" (McGowan)