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

The School of Economics is pleased to announce the results of the Sixth ECO Student Essay Competition. Entries from each of the UG year groups and the PG group were judged by the Editorial Board of the Norwich Economic Papers.

A selection of the winning essays will be published in Volume 10 of the Norwich Economic Papers.

Congratulations to all our winners:

Year 1

  • Joint First Place – Matthew Protheroe and Joel Russell (£1000 prize each)
  • Second Place – Georgina Coleman (£800 prize)
  • Third Place – Jake Patterson and Tom Bottomley (joint submission £700 shared prize)
  • Runner Up - Ewan Rory Laing (£500 prize)
  • Runner Up - Brynn Monkman (£500 prize)

 

Year 2  

  • First Place – Hannah McCartney (£1000 prize)
  • Second Place - Artem Jemeljanovs (£800 prize)
  • Third Prize - Richard Hui (£700 prize)
  • Runner Up - Damian Shrimanker (£500 prize)

 

Year 3

  • First Place – Matthew Barber (£1000 prize)
  • Second Place - Jack Kelehar (£800 prize)
  • Joint Third Place - Charles Lester and Nora Fryden (£700 prize each)
  • Runner Up - Jane Nguyen (£500 prize)

 

Postgraduate

  • First Place – Harriet Johnson (£1000 prize)
  • Second Place – Benjamin Radoc (£800 prize)
  • Third Place – Anthony Amoah (£700 prize)