Undergraduate Poster Competition

2018 Winners

Peter Hazlett, Kenyon College (left), First Place Undergraduate Award. "Is Bitcoin Money?" presented by 2018 APEE President Gabriel Calzada
Peter Hazlett, Kenyon College (left), First Place Undergraduate Award. "Is Bitcoin Money?" presented by 2018 APEE President Gabriel Calzada
Peter Coughlin, Creighton University, (left)Second Place Undergraduate Award. "Federal Reserve Policy and the Intraday Impact of Economic Releases on the U.S. Equity markets: 2000-2015" presented by Gabriel Calzada.
Peter Coughlin, Creighton University, (left)Second Place Undergraduate Award. "Federal Reserve Policy and the Intraday Impact of Economic Releases on the U.S. Equity markets: 2000-2015" presented by Gabriel Calzada.
Seychelle Hercules Wesleyan College (left), Third Place Undergraduate Award. "PESTLE:  An External Analysis of Google in China" presented by 2018 APEE President Gabriel Calzada
Seychelle Hercules Wesleyan College (left), Third Place Undergraduate Award. "PESTLE: An External Analysis of Google in China" presented by 2018 APEE President Gabriel Calzada

2017 Winners

1st Place: Keri Lawson, “Currency Project” (Southern Methodist University)

2nd Place: Clara Jace, “Analyzing the Demand for Charter Schools” (Creighton University)

3rd Place: Arthur Wardle, “Farming the Oceans: Opportunities and Regulatory Challenges for U.S. Marine Aquaculture Development” (Utah State University and STRATA)

2016 Winners

1st Place: Brian Isom and Grant Patty, “Private and Public Methods of Managing Water in Utah” (Utah State University)

2nd Place: Margaret Tracy and O’Shane Morgan, “Whither the Liberal Arts? An Investigation of the Return to a Liberal Arts Degree” (Stonehill College)

3rd Place: Petra Besenhard, “The Controversy of Indian Labor Law” (Florida Gulf Coast University)

 

2015 Winners

1st Place: Zach Hopkins, Sierra Hoffer, and Devin Stein, ““Impediments to Business Development in the Navajo Nation” (Utah State University)

2nd Place: Hayley Conklin, “Incomes the Senate.”” (Stonehill College)

3rd Place: Eunice Famodimu, “An Analysis of Preventive Healthcare through the Perspective of Behavioral Economics” (State University of New York Purchase College)

 

2014 Winners

1st Place: Grant Patty and Lindsey McBride, “Occupational Licensing and Gender Distribution” (Utah State University)

2nd Place: Garrett Gollehon, “The Black Market Economies in Liberated Cities During World War II” (The Ohio State University)

3rd Place: Tyanna Seyedkazemi, “Housing” (San Jose State University) and Abby Herzberg, “Why the Affordable Care Act Might Not Be So Affordable” (Utah State University)

 

 

2013 Winners

1st Place: Megan Hansen, “Micro-Hydro: Federal Regulation and the DeWitt Pipeline Project” (Utah State University)

2nd Place: Colin Harris, “Piracy as a Common Pool Resource: A Case Study of Online Pirate Communities Avoiding Tragedy” (Florida State University)

3rd Place: Amanda Achtman, “Keeping Politics Personal: Toward a Praxeological Approach to International Political Economy” (University of Calgary)

 

 

2012 Winners

1st Place: Kjersten Adams, “The Viability of Property Rights Institutions in Favelas: An Application of Elinor Ostrom’s CPS Institutional Framework.” (Utah State University)

2nd Place: Ian Engdahl, “Institutional Rhetoric as an Engine for Economic Growth.” (Rhodes College)

3rd Place: Juliana F. Carattini and Rachel B. Sederberg, “Catholic Schools, Competition, and Public School Quality.” (Stonehill College)

 

2011 Winners

1st Place: Alexander Cartwright, “Freer Markets, Fewer Surprises: The Role of Asymmetric Information in Illegal Prostitution Markets.” (Hampden-Sydney College)

2nd Place: Liya Palagashvili, “Better off Informal: A Public Choice Comparison of Informal and Formal Institutions.” (George Mason University)

3rd Place: Avilia Bueno and Deborah Martinez-Villarreal,“Economic Freedom and Immigration from Mexican to U.S. States,” with Professor Nathan Ashby. (University of Texas at El Paso)

Alexander Cartwright, “Freer Markets, Fewer Surprises: The Role of Asymmetric Information in Illegal Prostitution Markets.”(Hampden-Sydney College) Liya Palagashvili, “Better off Informal: A Public Choice Comparison of Informal and Formal Institutions.”(George Mason University) Avilia Bueno and Deborah Martinez-Villarreal,“Economic Freedom and Immigration from Mexican to U.S. States,” with Professor Nathan Ashby. (University of Texas at El Paso)