Recent Journal Publications
Each year, the Lowe Institute funds several research projects through the Lowe Faculty-Student Research Program, which was established in 2008. Faculty members work with student research assistants who collect and analyze data and submit their research papers to peer-reviewed journals. The following Lowe Institute-sponsored projects were published in top economics, finance, and government journals.
Rose, Shana. "State Minimum Wage Laws as a Response to Federal Inaction." State and Local Government Review. 2020; 52(4): 277-286.
Mary F. Evans & Laura O. Taylor, 2020. “Using Revealed Preference Methods to Estimate the Value of Reduced Mortality Risk: Best Practice Recommendations for the Hedonic Wage Model,” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 14(2), pages 282-301.
Angela Vossmeyer with Sryia Anbil. "Liquidity from two lending facilities." Journal of Financial Intermediation. 2020; 100884, ISSN 1042-9573.
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