Bagwell Center Funded Faculty Research
The Bagwell Center provides funding to support faculty in conducting basic and applied academic research, in-line with our mission. The expectation is that funded projects will ultimately advance the understanding of markets and potentially inform policymaking decisions.
Funds are committed to a principal investigator based upon a project proposal, but before research is conducted. The final research output is an expression of the findings and/or views of the researchers (and not the Bagwell Center). No party had the right to review the research output prior to circulation. The outputs of these research projects are eligible for publication in peer-reviewed academic journals.
- "Tax policy – is it a better alternative to patent policy?" - funded researcher, Aniruddha Bagchi
- “Can Movie Production Incentives Grow the Economy? Evidence from Georgia and North Carolina” - funded researcher, J.C. Bradbury
- “Microfinance and Sustainable Entrepreneurship Development in Developing Countries: Lessons from Bangladesh” - funded researcher, Farah Hasin
- "Skill Mismatch of Indigenous Peoples in Canada: Findings from PIAAC" - funded researcher, Alexander Maslov
- “A Knife-Point Case for Sion and Wolfe’s Game” - funded researcher, James Boudreau
- “Do Movie Production Incentives Generate Economic Development?” - funded researcher, J.C. Bradbury
- “An Estimator of the Economic Dividend from Economic Freedom” - funded researcher, Marcus Marktanner (User's Guide)