The Norwich Economic Papers publishes two volumes per year. Below you will find our complete archive of previously published volumes.

Volume 24

 

Volume 24 includes our annual run-down from the School of Economics leaders reflecting on the past year, as well as exceptional work from our students to showcase and help other students. The NEP always has a strong student focus, and that is continued with this issue including more student book reviews, a selection of student blogs, and two more alumni spotlights to see how previous ECO students have progressed.

Volume 23

 

Volume 23 includes the superb winners and runner-up entries to our annual competition, which this year was a choice of an essay or a poster entry. This volume was produced while learning was all online, so we have included as much student contribution and collaboration as possible, including book reviews, an annotated essay, and a collaboration with another university.

Volume 22

 

Volume 22 reflects on what turned out to be quite an extraordinary year; including how the school had to re-invent learning and teaching and what impact Covid had on student employability.

 

Volume 21

 

Volume 21 includes the exceptional entries and winners for our Poster Competition and 3-Minute Thesis Competition. Both of which had to move online due to Covid-19.

Volume 20

 

Volume 20 contains exceptional essays from the academic year 2018-19 and a staff spotlight with Prof Duncan Watson. 

Volume 19

 

Volume 19 contains the winning posters from the Norwich Economic Paper's first poster competition, a student's perspective on equality and diversity in the School of Economics and a selection of some of the schools to blogs this year. 

Volume 18

 

Volume 18 contains exceptional essays from the academic year 2017-18 and a staff spotlight with Dr Liliana Harding. 

Volume 17

 

Volume 17 contains the very best essays from this year's Student Essay Competition, hand selected by our student editors from the numerous submissions. It also includes a student book review, and articles from Concrete written by our students. 

Volume 16

 

Volume 16 contains the very best essays from our students in the academic year 2016-17, hand selected by our student editors from the numerous nominations of the economics professors. It also includes a staff spotlight with Dr Farasat Bokhari. 

Volume 15

 

Volume 15 contains exemplary student essays from the 2016-17 essay competition. The questions posed in this issue were carefully selected to by the editorial board to ensure that they represent contemporary issues within the field.  

Volume 14

 

Volume 14 contains exemplary student essays from the 2015-16 academic year and a "special mention" from our previous essay competition. 

Volume 13

 

Volume 13, published August 2016, contains the winning essays from the Seventh School of Economics Student Essay Competition 2015-16. This volume also features a staff spotlight with Dr Sheheryar Banuri. 

Volume 12

 

Volume 12, published in August 2015, contains a selection of the best essays from the 2014-15 academic year. The second part is a Lifestyle and Reviews section 

Volume 11

 

Volume 11, published in June 2015, contains a selection of prize-winning essays from each year group for the Sixth Annual Student Essay Competition, run in the 2014-15 academic year. 

Volume 10

 

Volume 10, published in June 2014, contains a selection of the best essays from the 2013-14 academic year. There is also a Lifestyle and Reviews section. 

Volume 9

 

Volume 9, published in June 2014, contains a selection of prize-winning essays from each year group for the Fifth Annual Student Essay Competition, run in  the 2013-14 academic year. 

Volume 8

 

Volume 8 of the Norwich Economic Papers, published in May 2013, contains the winning essays from the 2012-13 School of Economics Fourth Student Essay Competition. Best Postgraduate Essay was won by Stefania Paredes Fuentes, Best Third Year Essay went to Pietro d'Arcano, Best Second Year Essay was awarded to Daniel Sadler and Best First Year Essay went to Steven Ram. Volume 8 also contains a section on internships. 

Volume 7

 

Volume 7 published in February 2013, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by Economics students in their modules. It also contains a careers and study advice section. 

Volume 6

 

Volume 6 published in June 2012, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by Economics students in their modules. It also contains a careers and study advice section together with a book review of 'A Random Walk down Wall Street' and a review of a Contemporary Economics Issues lecture. 

Volume 5

 

Volume 5 of the Norwich Economic Papers, published in April 2012, contains the winning essays from the 2011-2012 School of Economics Third Student Essay Competition. Best Postgraduate Essay was won jointly by Panayiotis Agisilaou and Frederick Wandschneider , Best Third Year Essay went to Alex Haines, Best Second Year Essay was awarded jointly to Tristan Jose and Ollie Lee and Best First Year Essay went to Cal Corkery.  

Volume 4

 

Volume 4 published in February 2012, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by Economics students in their modules. It also contains a careers and study advice section. 

Volume 3

 

Volume 3 of the Norwich Economic Papers, published in September 2011, contains the winning essays and selected essays from the 2010-2011 School of Economics Second Student Essay Competition. Best Postgraduate Essay was won by Jack Whybrow, Best Third Year Essay went to David Fletcher, Best Second Year Essay was awarded jointly to Jun Jie Tan and Cameron Belton and Best First Year Essay went to Daniel Osborn. Each student was awarded a prize of £1,000. 

Volume 2

 

Volume 2 published in February 2011, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by Economics students in their modules.   

Volume 1

 

Volume 1 published in June 2010, contains the winning essays and selected essays from the 2009-2010 School of Economics First Student Essay Competition.