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  • An interdisciplinary exploration of the contested relationship between public and private space in the United States, with an emphasis on the contemporary urban environment. PROJECT: New London, Connecticut, and the Kelo decision: A study of urban redevelopment and property redistribution. SPONSORS: Kathryn Ratcliff, Meg Mott, James Tober OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Myrna Breibart, Hampshire College
    2014: American Studies & Economics & Politics

  • A study of American economic and social history focusing on the development of the American corporation as the dominant form of business organization, and on the effects which corporations have had upon social and economic changes in the United States.
    1978: American Studies, Sociology & Economics

  • A study of American popular music, from the postwar era to the present day, focusing on its cultural and economic significance. PROJECT: Frank Zappa in the 1960s: A socio-historical study of the man and his music. SPONSORS: Kathryn Ratcliff, James Tober OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: John Levin, School for International Training
    2014: American Studies/Economics

  • The study of economic model building and the presentation of a model in Windham County.
    1971: Economics

  • A broad study of the post-World War II Japanese economy with a focus on the automobile industry and consumer culture. PROJECT: Two papers: One is a brief survey of post-World War II Japanese economic development. The other is a case study of the automobile industry and U.S.-Japanese economic relations. Internship: Tokyo, Japan. SPONSORS: James A. Tober, Carol E. Hendrickson OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Makoto Saito, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    2014: Economics

  • A study of the modern business corporation. Public utility regulation Vermont Law School, J.D. in 1979 OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: James Nelson, Amherst College
    1974: Economics

  • A study of the economics of the internet with a focus on creative content and property rights. PROJECT: A paper analyzing property, piracy and the production of music from Gutenberg to Google. SPONSOR: James Tober OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: John Levin, School for International Training
    2014: Economics

  • The construction of a theoretical model of economic development with emphasis on the transition from feudalism to capitalism and the rise of industrialism.
    1975: Economics

  • A general study of economics with an emphasis on the Soviet economic system and the second economy. SPONSOR: James A. Tober OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Robert Whitesell, Williams College
    1988: Economics

  • The origins and development of the federal reserve system.
    1967: Economics