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

Congratulations to all those who won a prize in the Third Annual Student Essay Competition! The winning essays in each category will be published in volume 5 of the journal. Winners and runners up are listed below.

Winners of the 2011-2012 School of Economics Student Essay Competition and Daniel Zizzo, Head of School

We are pleased to announce the following results of the 3rd ECO Student Essay Competition:

Year 1

  • First Place – Cal Corkery (£1000 prize)
  • Second Place – Lewis Robinson (£600 prize)
  • Third Place – Josh McIntyre (£500 prize)
  • Runner Up – Daniel Sadler (£400 prize) 

Year 2

  • First Place (joint essay) – Tristan Jose and Ollie Lee (£500 prize each)
  • Second Place – Thomas Jordan (£600 prize)
  • Third Place – Joe Hanson (£500 prize)
  • Runner Up 1 – Daniel Osborn (£400 prize)
  • Runner Up 2 – Claire Donner (£300 prize)
  • Runner Up 3 – Charlie Harper (£200 prize)
  • Runner Up 4 – Abdul Rahman Salaudeen (£200 prize)

Year 3

  • First Place – Alex Haines (£1000 prize)
  • Second Place – Patrick Harding (£600 prize)
  • Third Place – Benton Knight (£500 prize)
  • Runner Up 1 – Kyle Burrows (£400 prize)
  • Runner Up 2 – Nathan Sivewright (£300 prize)
  • Runner Up 3 – Kieran Keohane (£200 prize)
  • Runner Up 4 – Thomas Morgan (£200 prize)
  • Runner Up 5 – Janis Loschmann (£200 prize)

Postgraduate

  • First Place (joint essay) – Panayiotis Agisilaou and Frederick Wandschneider (£500 prize each)
  • Second Place – Bazil Sansom (£600 prize)
  • Third Place (joint essay) – Jack Whybrow and Jiwei Zheng (£250 prize each)
  • Runner Up 1 – Mike Brock (£400 prize)
  • Runner Up 2 – Ben Angus (£300 prize)

Congratulations to everyone! The winning essays in each category appear in Volume 5 of the Norwich Economic Papers.