Essays submitted by students on postgraduate taught courses Essays submitted by students on postgraduate taught courses

Below are articles submitted by MA and MSc students in the School of Economics from all volumes of the Norwich Economic Papers.

Articles

Daniel Marlow
"The Effect of Time Pressure on Focal points: An Experimental Analysis"

  • Module: Experimental Economics II
  • Course: MSc Experimental Economics
  • Published in Volume 12 (August 2015)

Kevin Grubiak
"On the Role of Emotions in Economic Decision Making: An Experimental Analysis"

  • Module: Experimental Economics II
  • Course: MSc Experimental Economics
  • Published in Volume 12 (August 2015)

Harriet Johnson
In a July article published in The Telegraph, David Cameron stated, "We're building an immigration system that puts Britain first." Are cries for a 'clamping down' on immigration justified?

  • Course: MSc Experimental Economics
  • Published in Volume 11 (June 2015)

James Rossington
"Plausible deniability and its effects on trust-fulfilling in the basic trust game."

  • Module: Experimental Economics II (ECO-M008)
  • Course: MSc Experimental Economics
  • Published in Volume 10 (June 2014)

Marvin Deversi
"We can learn more from an experiment on behavioural choice between simple and compound lotteries than we can learn from an experiment on asset markets."

  • Module: Experimental Economics I (ECO-M007)
  • Course: MSc Experimental Economics
  • Published in Volume 10 (June 2014)

George Tucker
Is a paternalistic government beneficial for society and its individuals?

  • Course: MSc Industrial Economics
  • Published in Volume 9 (June 2014 Prize-winning essays)

Stefania Paredes Fuentes
"Do consequences exist for developing countries experiencing significant growth which don't improve the welfare of their citizens in conjunction?"

  • Course: MSc Economics
  • Published in Volume 8 (May 2013 Prize-winning essays)

Michael Twist
"Now that so many commercial television channels are available to audiences there is no longer a need for Public service broadcasting". Discuss.

  • Module: (ECO-M015) Economics of the Mass Media
  • Course: MA. International Business Economics
  • Published in Volume 7 (February 2013)

Lindsey Butcher
Article Report on "Optimal Betting Odds Against Insider Traders" (Hyun Song Shin, 1991)

  • Course: MSc Economics
  • Module: Economics Theory 1 (ECO-M005)
  • Published in Volume 6 (June 2012 Exceptional Essay Selection)

Bazil Sansom
Are we capable of being altruistic?: Assessing the evidence from experimental economics

  • Course: MSc Economics
  • Published in Volume 5 (April 2012 Essay Competition) 

Shanshan He 
An Analysis of Airline Pricing

  • Course: MA International Business Finance and Economics
  • Module: Economics Concepts (ECO-M019)
  • Published in Volume 4 (February 2012 Exceptional Essay Selection)

Carsten Crede 
Does Professor Quality Matter?: A Critical Review of the Study of Carrell and West (2010)

  • Course: MSc Industrial Economics
  • Module: Economic Theory 1 (ECO-M005)
  • Published in Volume 4 (February 2012 Exceptional Essay Selection)

Salvatore Nava 
"A Price Theory of Multi-Sided Platforms": Article Report

  • Course: MSc Industrial Economics
  • Module: Industrial Economics 1 (ECO-M011)
  • Published in Volume 4 (February 2012 Exceptional Essay Selection)

Fabio Galeotti  (together with Alex Karakostas)
The Promise of Behavioural Economics

  • Course: MSc Experimental Economics
  • Published in Volume 1 (June 2010 Essay Competition)  

Kim Thu Hoang 
Estimating the Response of Real Output to Monetary Policy Instruments Shocks in Vietnam

  • Course: MSc Economics and Finance
  • Module: Dissertation
  • Published in Volume 2 (February 2011 Exceptional Essay Selection)

Christopher Mainowski 
Can Game Theory be used to evaluate Norway's relationship with the EU?

  • Course: MA Economics and International Relations
  • Module: Dissertation
  • Published in Volume 2 (February 2011 Exceptional Essay Selection)

Samuel Jones 
Discuss the Potential Impact of the Recent Financial Crisis on the Capital Structure of UK Companies

  • Course: MSc Finance and Economics
  • Module: Finance (ECO-M015)
  • Published in Volume 2 (February 2011 Exceptional Essay Selection)