The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs is a new interdisciplinary publication from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. DUJPEW publishes integrative scholarship relating to politics, economics and international relations by students at undergraduate institutions across the world. Our editorial board is comprised entirely of Dartmouth students and is overseen by Dartmouth faculty advisers. As an interdisciplinary research journal, DUJPEW aims to highlight the roles of institutions, communities, and the state in the new world order, as well as the frameworks of interaction between them.
Our Winter/Spring 2018 issue will be available in-print and online on Tuesday, May 29th. The submission portal for our Fall/Winter 2018 issue will open this upcoming September. Check our website for updates as this date approaches.
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Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2018) Winter/Spring
Thank you to everyone who made this first issue possible. The hard work and dedication of our editorial board, as well as the authors, is reflected throughout DUJPEW's Winter/Spring 2018 Issue. Choosing to play a role in the foundation of a new research journal is a massive commitment. If it weren't for the diligence of every one of our team members, nothing would have been possible. Please enjoy the inaugural issue of the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs.
Mason Wegener '20
Growth Ambitions and Rising Powers: Sino-Indian Asymmetric Balancing in Bilateral, Regional, and Multilateral Settings
Rebecca Lamb, College of William & Mary
The Nuclear Ban Treaty: Advocates, Neutrals, and Opponents in the European Union
Alexis Dorner, Syracuse University
Unemployment Insurance and the Unemployment Rate: Evidence Across U.S. Counties
Ariel Goldszmidt, University of Chicago
Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project: The Politics and Implications of Globalization and Gentrification
Yasmin Yoon, Johns Hopkins University
A Look into Australian Policy on Asylum Seekers and Refugees: A Humanitarian Effort or a Violation of Human Rights?
Nahla Achi, Stanford University
Fiscal Incentives for Hiring Female Workers? Evidence from Vietnam
Duy N. Duong, Grinnell College
Framing the Urban-Rural Divide: The Role of Historical Myths and Metaphors in the Social and Political Dynamics of North American Colonialism
Laura Supple, Johns Hopkins University
- Mason Wegener
- Deputy Editor-in-Chief
- Christopher Meister
- Executive Editors
- Sahil Abbi
- Emma Plumb
- Submissions Director
- Maxwell Brautigam
- Associate Editors
- Ethan Klaris
- Cole Sheridan
- Garrett Collins
- Head of Creative and Design
- Alex Montegue