Macroeconomic Forces within the Market for Prostitution

By Cody Cook, Scott Loring, Teddy Niemiec, and Kayla Reinherz. University of Chicago.

This paper explores the impact of macroeconomic forces on the market
for prostitution. Continue reading Macroeconomic Forces within the Market for Prostitution

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The Provision of Microfinance in the Nilgiris District

By Aishwarya Ramesh. New York University.

In this essay, I responded to the research question “What Impacts has the Provision of Microfinance had on thirteen Self Help Groups in the Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu?” Continue reading The Provision of Microfinance in the Nilgiris District

A Framework for Selecting Quality Course Providers at Competititve Prices

By Paige Gonye, Adeeb Sahar, Kyle Vandenberg, and Scott Ferron. Stanford University.

This paper develops a coherent payment mechanism for supplemental courses that incentivizes quality student outcomes and forms the basis for practical and adaptive state level policy. Continue reading A Framework for Selecting Quality Course Providers at Competititve Prices