July 1, 2019 – October 1, 2019
Location: Student Wall
The Honors Program in Economics provides students with the opportunity and support to delve deeply into an intellectual interest of their own choosing through the completion of a meaningful, sustained research project. At the end of a two-semester process of defining their novel research question, designing their empirical or theoretical approach, executing the research, drafting, and revising, students have completed their honors thesis. This process typically occurs through the Honors Seminars, but can also occur through Undergraduate Research Labs or Independent Studies. Each spring, students present their research in a poster format at the Department of Economics Honors Thesis Poster Session. Students graduating in 2018 and 2019 created the four posters displayed.
The Effect of Cruise Ship Tourism on Child Health in Roatán, Honduras by Hemal Patel, Trinity ‘19
Evaluation of the Impact of New Rules in FCC’s Spectrum Incentive Auction by Elizabeth Lim, Akshaya Trivedi, Frances Mitchell, Trinity ’18
Incentives to Quit in Men’s Professional Tennis by Will Walker, Trinity ‘18
Investigating a Case of Alleged Collusion in Michigan Public Oil and Gas Lease Auctions by Lucas Do, Trinity ‘19