Students taking Econometrics (Economics 318) will be available in the Social Science Center - on the second floor of Williams - to discuss the results of their projects on Tuesday, December 11th from 10 am to 12 noon. I would like to invite you to come.
This is not a series of student presentations. Rather, each group of students has prepared a poster which summarizes the results of their project.
You can wander around, have a few refreshments, and ask students to explain their results to you. Listed below are the topics of the studies.
Hope to see you there.
1.Think before you sit: Does where you sit in Econ 101 affect your first test score?
David Jung, Osama Khan, Jeremy Rees
2.Does it pay-off to pay for performance: An analysis of salary determination and success in four NFL teams
Tori Parsons, Chris Webster
3.Who is more likely to take a few liberties with the truth?: An analysis of Trinity students’ self-reported test scores
Sam Russell, Leslie Schotz, Will Stankiewicz
4.How does first-year academic performance affect the probability that a Trinity student will study abroad?
Maggie Doyle, Megan O’Brien, Alexa Pujol
5.Which comic books are a good investment?
John Pistell, Ben Plumer
6.How should car manufacturers market their cars?: What consumers value in a car
Alex Barker, Chris Carrasquillo, Stephen Spirou