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2001
Saturday, April 21st
11:00 AM

Will New Immigrants Survive? Now You Know the Rest...

Samuel Kwainoe, '02, Illinois Wesleyan University
Michael Seeborg, Faculty Advisor, Illinois Wesleyan University

Anderson Auditorium, Center for Natural Science, Illinois Wesleyan University

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Optimizing Allocation of Resources: Chile and the Solow Growth Model

Esteban Lizano, Illinois Wesleyan University
Ilaria Ossella-Durbal, Faculty Advisor, Illinois Wesleyan University

Anderson Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

AFQT, The Bell Curve, and Future Earning Potential

Amber Munday, Illinois Wesleyan University
Robert Leekley, Faculty Advisor, Illinois Wesleyan University

Anderson Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Militarization and Misery? A Study of High Military Expenditure and Minimal Development in India

Michelle Stone, Illinois Wesleyan University
Ilaria Ossella-Durbal, Faculty Advisor, Illinois Wesleyan University

Anderson Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

The Cost of Achieving Inflation Convergence in Monetary Integration: A Glimpse at Inflation in High Inflation Countries of the European Monetary Union

Yuet Wen Wan, Illinois Wesleyan University
Michael Seeborg, Faculty Advisor, Illinois Wesleyan University

Anderson Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM