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A Regression Analysis of College Tuition and Mean Income
Studies spanning the second half of the 20th century have indicated that the more an university costs to attend, the greater return on investment in the form of eventual earnings. However, the current educational market ...
Incarceration Rates and Other Factors Influencing Crime Rates in the United States
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-05)
Over the past several decades the size of the United States prison population has exploded and led many people to question whether or not the massive number of citizens we send to prison each year is an effective way to ...
Regression Analysis of Electrical Energy Consumption with Cross-Country data
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-04)
This paper performs a cross-country analysis in order to reveal the relationship among energy consumption, country GDP, country energy net export and country population in developing and developed countries. After performing ...
Quality of Public Education based on the State’s Economics
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11)
It is proposed that the economic conditions of a state can explain the quality of public education in that state. The GDP per capita, personal income per capita, and poverty levels for each state are observed to evaluate ...
Factors Explaining Average Life Expectancy: An Examination Across Nations
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-12)
This paper analyzes the health across several countries worldwide. Data was collected from the World Health Organization as well as the World Bank. The data sets collected contain variables for nation population, GNI per ...
Effects of State Sales Tax on GDP Per Capita: A Statewide Study for the United States
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-11)
Economists have viewed the relationship between the impact of taxes on the GDP, however research dealing with the sales tax rate and the GDP have yet to be analyzed to the extent that income taxes have been investigated. ...