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.
DUJPEW's inaugural issue was published in May of last year and has since been downloaded thousands of times across six continents by educational, commercial, governmental, and military institutions alike. The submission portal for our 2019 issue is now closed. We will be contacting authors in the next few weeks concerning selection for publication. Please reach out with any questions related to this process.
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Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2 (2018)
Thank you to everyone who made this issue possible. The hard work and dedication of our editorial board, as well as the authors, is reflected throughout DUJPEW's 2019 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 newest issue of the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Politics, Economics and World Affairs.
Jacob Meister '20
The ‘Security Pacific Letter’: Estimating the causal effect of securitization on banks’ systemic exposure
Paul-Angelo dell'Isola, Columbia University
Playing the Race Card: Did Racism Cause Anti-Immigrant Sentiment in Brexit?
Lucy Hu, University of Pennsylvania
Ecotourism and the Middle East: Lessons in Development
Andrew Ver Steeg, Amherst College
Faith in Democracy: Korean Churches as Engines of Pro-Democracy Protest
Will Matheson, Harvard College
Till Death Do Us Part: Will Longstanding Rivalry Impede the Ethnic Coalition of ISIS and Al Qaeda?
Bianca L. Pergher, American University
The Cost of the Culturati: Studying the Neighborhood Stability Impact of Cultural District Designations
Prakash Mishra, University of Pennsylvania
Token Representation?: Impact of Female Reservations in Panchayati Raj Institutions in Elections to State and National Legislatures
Surbhi Bharadwaj, Yale University
Empowerment, Resistance and the Birth Control Pill: A Feminist Analysis of Contraception in the Developing World
Abigail S. Trombley, Wake Forest University