Winners and runners up in the Fifth Annual Student Essay Competition Winners and runners up in the Fifth Annual Student Essay Competition

Congratulations to all those who won a prize in the Fifth Annual Student Essay Competition! A selection of the winning essays in each category will be published in Volume 9 of the journal. Winners and runners up are listed below and details of the competition can be found further down the page for reference.


We are pleased to announce the following results of the 5th ECO Student Essay Competition:

Year 1

• First Place – Hannah McCartney (£1000 prize)
• Second Place – Amee Patel (£700 prize)
• Third Place – Hassana Babangida Umar (£600 prize)

Year 2

• First Place – Charles Lester (£1000 prize)

Year 3

• First Place – Amay Narayan (£1000 prize)
• Second Place (joint essay)  – Olivia Smith and Steven van de Put (£350 prize each)
• Third Place – Charlie Mealings (£600 prize)
• Runner Up 1 – Michelle Dadey (£400 prize)
• Runner Up 2 – Ryan Fletcher (£300 prize)
• Runner Up 3 – Samuel Stead (£300 prize)
• Runner Up 4 – Daniel Sadler (£300 prize)
• Runner Up 5 – Alexa Li Ho Shan (£300 prize)
• Runner Up 6 – Joseph Oyegoke (£200 prize)
• Runner Up 7 – Dieu Tran (£200 prize)
• Runner Up 8 – Pui Tung Kwong (£200 prize)

Postgraduate

• First Place – Benjamin Radoc (£1000 prize)
• Second Place – Mike Brock (£700 prize)
• Third Place George Tucker (£600 prize)
 
 


The deadline for entries to the Fifth Annual Student Essay Competition has now passed. Essays have now been assessed and the winning essays form part of Volume 9 of the Norwich Economic Papers.
Rules and conditions:
1. Only students in a degree offered by the School of Economics at the University of East Anglia ('the School' in what follows) are eligible to apply.
2. Joint submissions are possible, but please note that, if students belong to different academic years, the essay will automatically be considered only for the category of the most academically senior student in terms of academic progression in their UEA Economics studies.  In case of a prize being awarded to a jointly produced essay, the prize will be split equally among the winners (in case of fractional amounts, prizes will be rounded up to the nearest penny).
3. Students need to hold copyrights of the essays when submitting them to the School for the competition.
4. On submission of the essay, students agree to surrender to the School the copyrights of the essay, inclusive of the rights to submit the essay to Turnitin inspection and to publish the essay online.
5. The School may publish online in Norwich Economic Papers more essays than those to whom a prize is offered.
6. Each student can submit only one essay.
7. Essays should be in English and should be submitted electronically.
8. The School reserves the right not to award prizes if essays of insufficient quality, and/or inappropriate for online publication on the University website, are submitted.