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Vol. XXXI, Spring 2019

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

Durham and Gentrification: Assessing the Impact of Displacement in the Bull City by Armin Ameri

The Impact of Violence in Mexico on Education and Labor Outcomes: Do Conditional Cash Transfers Have a Mitigating Effect? by Hayley Barton

The Impact of Collegiate Athletic Success and Scandals on Admissions Applications by William J. Battle-McDonald

The Future of Economic Geopolitics: Network Effects in Intercultural Trade by Joshua Curtis

Responses to EU Carbon Pricing:The Effect of Carbon Emissions Allowances on Renewable Energy Development in Advanced and Transitional EU Members by John Dearing

Investigating a Case of Alleged Collusion in Michigan Public Oil and Gas Lease Auctions by Lucas Do

Does Media Coverage of Sexual Assault Cases Cause Victims to Go to the Police? Evidence from FBI Data and Google Trends by Harry Elworthy

Wrangling the Herd: A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Industry Approach to Herding Market Behavior by Tyler Fenton and Jarred Kotzin

The Impact of Originality in a Transitioning Movie Industry by Jacob Graber-Lipperman

Evidence of Stalinist Terror in Modern Adult Height Data by David Henderson

Social Capital and Financial Development after Economic Shocks: Evidence from Italy after the Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 by Sujay Rao and Ethan Lampert

Female Labor Force Participation in Turkic Countries:A Study of Azerbaijan and Turkey by Natasha Jo Torrens