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Location: Ballroom Foyer

Times: Friday 12:45-5:00pm; Saturday 8:30am-5:15pm


Note: Graduate student posters will be available in the Ballroom Foyer most of the day Friday and all-day Saturday. Please visit and discuss these posters with the students. Students will be present for discussion during breaks throughout the program. Posters will not be available virtually, but we strongly encourage those attending virtually to reach out to the students below if they wish to find out more about their research. Emails for all attendees and participants will be emailed separately just before the conference begins.


Julius Koschnick (London School of Economics)

“Breaking Tradition: Flows of Knowledge at English Universities during the Scientific Revolution”


Sharbani Bhattacharjee (Auburn University)

“Protectionism and Industrialization in Colonial India”


Cora Neumann (University of Warwick)

“Women’s Property Rights and Fertility: Evidence from the 19th Century United States”


Peiyuan Li (University of Colorado, Boulder)

“Political Repression, Media Propaganda and Nation Building”


Dongkyu Yang (University of Colorado, Boulder)

“The Impact of Dust Bowl Migration on American Industry”


Lillian Gaeto (Vanderbilt University)

“Employee Stock Ownership and Firm Productivity During the Great Depression”


Lukas Althoff (Princeton University)

“The Geography of Black Economic Progress After Slavery”


Linghui Han (George Mason University)

 “Physical vs. Institutional Public Goods Provision Under Political Monopoly: Evidence from China”


Will Damron (Yale University)

“Electrification of the North Carolina Textile Industry, 1905-1926”


Joseph Enguehard (Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon)

“Resisting the Rising State: Hidden Smuggling and Visible Violence, Before and After the French Revolution”


Matt Green (University of Utah)

“Barbarian by Design: The Culture and Commerce of Risk in Backcountry Skiing”


EK Green (University of Arizona)

“Local Income, Mortality, and Race”


Ariadna Jou (University of California, Los Angeles)

“The Effects of the New Deal Relief on Longevity”


Ohmar Khine (Chulalongkorn University)

“Gender Inequality across Time and Space in Myanmar”


Harriet Brookes Gray (Princeton University)

“Intergenerational Mobility and Assortative Mating” 


Jade Ponsard (Aix-Marseille School of Economics)

“Forbidden Love: The Impact of Banning Interracial Marriages”


Anthony Bald (Harvard University)

“The Birth of an Occupation: How Nursing Ushered Women into the U.S. Labor Market”


Raphael Heim (University of Oxford)

“The Market for Financial and Economic Information, 1973-2008”