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Honors Students in Economics for the Class of 2014

By Department of Economics on September 4, 2014

The following ten students from the Class of 2014 have earned the honors designation in the Economics Department after successfully completing their honors thesis (six of which earned high honors):

Nicholas Arpey, “Peer Effects among Weavers: Evidence from a Chinese Textile Firm with a Relative Group Incentive Scheme” (Faculty sponsor: Takao Kato). High Honors.

Ameetosri Basu, “Land Reform and Agricultural Productivity in India” (Faculty sponsor: Jay Mandle).

Conor Coughlin, “Private High School and the College Trajectory” (Faculty sponsor: Carolina Castilla). High Honors.

Caitlin Cremin, “The Winning Formula: A Case Study on the Makings of a Successful Collegiate Athlete” (Faculty sponsor: Ben Anderson).

Claire Donohue, “Natural Disasters, Aid, and Corruption in Africa” (Faculty sponsor: Michael O’Hara).

Christopher Esposito, “The Role of Natural Amenities in Gentrification” (Faculty sponsor: Chad Sparber). High Honors.

James Gorry, “No I in Team: Contract, Teammate and Team Quality Effects in the NHL” (Faculty sponsor: Takao Kato). High Honors.

Annie Hines, “Migration, Remittances, and Human Capital Investment in Kenya” (Faculty sponsor: Nicole Simpson). High Honors.

Mary McGee, “Moral Hazard and the National Flood Insurance Program” (Faculty sponsor: Michael O’Hara).

Tue Nguyen, “Peer Effect in Sports: A Case Study in Speed Skating and Swimming” (Faculty sponsor: Takao Kato). High Honors.

 

Congratulations to all of our graduating seniors!

1 Comment



  • Patrick Kelly said:

    While researching Colgate for my son, I came across these papers and one in particular, intrigued me; Caitlin Cremin, “The Winning Formula: A Case Study on the Makings of a Successful Collegiate Athlete.”

    Excellent work and good job having data to back points as well as making the read interesting and informative. Impressive work at any level.

    Congratulations and best of luck!


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