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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
February 1, 2018

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS (Page of 15)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
California Institute of Technology 1998 Nineteenth Century Anglo-Indian Trade: Revisiting the Imperialism of Free Trade Hypothesis Shawn Kantor $12000
California Institute of Technology 1999 Three Essays on Spatial Models with Strategic Entry Steven Callandar $16000
California Institute of Technology 1998 A fellowship awarded for the academic year 1998-1999, dissertation, "The Economic of Addictive Goods" Angela Hung $16000
California Institute of Technology 2006 Horizontal Voter Communication: The Role of Cific Discourse in Elected Representation Betsy Sinclair $20000
California Institute of Technology 2000 Incentives, Assymetric Information, and Legisalative Bureaucratic Interaction Sean Gailmard $20000
Claremont Graduate University 1999 Dissertation Report for the academic year 1999-2000: Testing a Dissonance-Attribution Model of Interpersonal Forgiveness Seiji Takaku $14250
Claremont Graduate University 1999 Dissertation Report for the academic year 1999-2000: Parties in the American Political System Elizabeth Bergman $14250
Claremont Graduate University 1999 Dissertation Report for the academic year 1999-2000: How Adolescents See Themselves: Autophotography Abelardo Recio $14250
Claremont Graduate University 2000 For the academic year 2000-2001, awarded to students: Yishaiya Abosch, Olugbenja Ajilore, Miranda Barone, Sheri Coulson, Pamela Fiber, Alexander Karn, Barbara Lehman, Maja Micevska, Ryan Quist, Heidi Riggio, and Amanda Wooden Financial Aid Office $175000
Claremont Graduate University 1998 The Political Economy of Financial Liberalization Hui Zhang $16000