Economics

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Joanne Britland (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese)

Gaurav Giri and Balashankar Mulloth (Chemical Engineering and Public Policy)
 
The air pollution in Nepal and specifically in the capital, Kathmandu, has been des

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Ricardo Padrón (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) This project explores the role of the Spanish Manila in the birth of today's glob

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Farzaneh Milani (Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures The MESALC Spring SymposiumEnvisioning 21st Century Middle

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Robert Stolz, Brad Pasanek (English) and Chris Ali (Media Studies) An invited lecture series in the Spring of 2018, "Expulsion-Extract

Jessica Gephart (Environmental Science),"The Current and Future Water Footprint of Fisheries" Fares Karam (Education),"Multilingualism and Identity: The L

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Sandip Sukhtankar (Economics), Isaac Mbiti (Batten), Gabrielle Kruks-Wisner (Politics) Over the past fifteen years, a new wave of em

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Sandip Sukhtankar, Isaac Mbiti, Gabrielle Kruks-Wisner (Economics, Batten, Politics) Over the past fifteen years, a new wave of empi

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Matthew Shi(Economics) China has one of the largest media markets in the world.

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Aynne Kokas (Media Studies) China, the country with the world's most Internet users, offers US media/technology firms important mark

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Devaki Ghose (Economics) I estimate the contribution of vertical linkage (the linkage between input suppliers and output prod

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Sophie Osotimehin (Economics) By how much could countries raise their income per capita by adopting regulations that enhance competiti

Simone Polillo, Associate Professor (Sociology)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Mark Schwartz (Politics) Housing is a central economic ($33 trillion in US housing wealth) and social (how do I make my mortgage?) i