Ken Couch, an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics has been busy this summer with research presentations.  During May, he presented a paper at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco regarding economic outcomes of divorce.  In  June, Ken made a presentation at the Econometric Society Summer Meetings in St. Louis, MO of a paper co-authored with a recent UConn Ph.D., Tao Chen.  That paper examines the ability of econometricians to recover the results of a social experiment when random data are not available.  In June, Ken also made a presentation at a National Science Foundation conference in Fairfax Virginia on the use of interoperable administrative data for administrative and research purposes.