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Vol. XXVIII, Spring 2016

The Duke Journal of Economics is published each year to showcase outstanding research in economics by Duke Graduate and Undergraduate students.

We congratulate the authors of the research presented in this issue.

Charles Becker & Ed Tower, Faculty Advisors to the Journal
Dongkeun Lee, Associate Editor

Undergraduate Articles

Variations in Turkey’s Female Labor Market: The Puzzling Role of Education by Rachel Anderson

The Pen or the Sword: Determining the Effects of Different Types of Coups D’état on Income Inequality by Wei Jie Chia

Modeling Variation in U.S. Bank Holding Companies’ Net Interest Margins by Daniel Dorchuck

Tying the Knot: Links Between the Labor and Marriage Markets by Elizabeth Di Giulio, Shafiq Haris, Alexander Prezioso, Michael Temple, Logan Turner, Joseph Ueland and Kevin Zipf

Bidding for Parking: The Impact of University Affiliation on Predicting Bid Values in Dutch Auctions of On-Campus Parking Permits by Grant Kelly

Increased Foreign Revenue Shares in the United States Film Industry: 2000 – 2014 by Victoria Lim

An Economic Approach to Evaluating the Impact of AML/CFT Regulations by Caitlin McGough

Determining NBA Free Agent Salary from Player Performance by Josh Rosen

Graduate Articles

Procrastination by Yuxuan He

The Market for Egg Donation by Stephanie A. Karol

Differential Rate of Return of the Emerging Market Economies by Bineet Mishra

Queen Bees and Domestic Violence: Patrilocal Marriage in Tajikistan by Mavzuna Turaeva

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