Hayes ’13 Presents Research at International Economics Conference

Rosa Hayes ’13 presented her paper on yield spread during The Carroll Round, an annual international economics conference at Georgetown University, in April. The Carroll Round provides a unique forum for research and discussion among the world’s top undergraduates.

The goal of the Carroll Round is to foster the exchange of ideas among the leading undergraduate international economics and political economy students by encouraging and supporting the pursuit of scholarly innovation in the field.

Hayes’ advisor is Masami Imai, chair and associate professor of East Asian studies, associate professor of economics and director of the Freeman Center for East Asian Studies. She also has been serving as the head tutor of Quantitative Analysis Center’s tutoring program under Manolis Kaparakis, director of the centers for advanced computing.