Laura Schechter works on improving the management of latrines in Dakar, Senegal, to help reduce childhood illness and death.
Rhiannon Jerch examined if a policy that restricted urban car driving changed housing costs and home buying preferences in Beijing.
Dustin Frye studied how the complex history of property rights on Native American reservations has affected land development and cultivation.
Jeff Hadachek analyzed the ability of food supply chains to cope with external shocks, such as pandemics and extreme weather events.
Corbett Grainger showed that cap-and-trade programs can be more efficient under rules that avoid a “race to allocations.”
Sheldon Du showed that choosing bulls wisely helps increase the revenue of Wisconsin’s dairy farmers.
Sarah Johnston studied what might accelerate adding renewable energy to the nation’s power grid.
Andrew Stevens studied the resilience of small companies in the agricultural and food sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paul Dower tested if tax code education in Togo, Africa, would increase the tax law compliance of “informal” firms.
Priya Mukherjee studied if transitions to democracy in Indonesia affected firm productivity.