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New Haven Econ Performance Lab

$1,765
117%
Raised toward our $1,500 Goal
12 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on April 28, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners

Thank You!

April 20, 2016

Thank you so much for all of your support!

Because of generous donors like you, we are at 91% of our goal!!

We need your continued support to reach $1,500 and purchase our first round of software. Please share on social media and ask family & friends to check out our page. 

Thanks again! -Ben Atwater, Project Coordinator

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$10

Adam Smith Donor

Smith, the founder of the free market, laid the foreground for modern day economics, just as your $10 gift will lay the foreground for the betterment of the NHEPL.

$25

Karl Marx Donor

Marx, a German economist from the 1800s, stressed breaking down the class barriers so that all may have opportunities to succeed. A $25 donation will give the our students the opportunity to prosper in the NHEPL.

$50

Robert Malthus Donor

Malthus was a 18th century economist who stressed the correlation between population and subsistence for the individual. A $50 gift will help each student receive more individualized attention and get the most out of their NHEPL experience.

$100

John Maynard Keynes Donor

Keynes, the founder of macroeconomics, firmly believed that implementing fiscal policies would change aggregate demand. A generous $100 gift will help our students have a good foundation to learn in the NHEPL.

$250

Daniel Kahneman Donor

Kahneman is one of the leaders in the field of behavioral economics, and has developed models showing cognitive functions in response to stimuli. A generous gift of $250 will help us utilize Kahneman's teachings in the NHEPL and give back more to UNH and the surrounding community.

$500

John von Neumann Donor

Neumann founded the field of game theory in 1944. Approaching life as a game of choices dependent and independent of each other, Neumann's view took the world by storm. A very generous donation of $500 or more will give the NHEPL family a chance to succeed in the game of life.