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Research by Brian Lee, an honors undergraduate in Economics, recognized at the Harvard National Collegiate Research Conference

Lee's project explores the long-run effects of US bombings in Cambodia

Brian Lee, a UC Davis undergraduate enrolled in the Economics Department's honors program, was awarded the third-place prize in Social Sciences and Humanities at this year's Harvard National Collegiate Research Conference (HNCRC). The HNCRC is the nation's largest student-run interdisciplinary research conference, inviting over 200 undergraduate researchers from 81 universities to collaborate and share their work.

Lee's research explores the long-run effects of US bombings on Cambodia's population and economy. He was advised by Professor Katherine Eriksson, who specializes in economic history.