Stonehill Economic Students Present at APEE Conference in Maui, Hawaii

Three Stonehill economics students presented at the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) Conference in Maui, Hawaii in April of 2013.

Rachel Sederberg, an Economics major and mathematics minor, presented her work on the competitive effects of Catholic high school on public high schools. She will be pursuing a PhD in Economics at Northeastern University on a fully funded assistantship with a stipend. View Rachel's poster presentation.

Kelsey Roberts, an Economics and Mathematics double major, presented her work on state conceal weapon laws and homicide rates. She will be pursuing a PhD in Economics at Clemson University on a fully funded assistantship with a stipend.View Kelsey's poster presentation.

Kristen Veit, an Economics and Mathematics double major, presented her work showing that domestic-born workers with high school diplomas flee states with higher minimum wages, while foreign-born workers with the same level of education move toward states with higher minimum wages. View Kristen's poster presentation.