The Norwich Economic Papers, volume one The Norwich Economic Papers, volume one

The following articles were winning entries in the 1st Student Essay Competition within the School of Economics.

Articles

Sunil Kumar
Economic Theory and the promise of Behavioural Approaches (pdf 95 KB)

  • Course: PhD

Alex Karakostas & Fabio Galeotti
The Promise of Behavioural Economics (pdf 151 KB)

  • Course: PhD (Alex)/ MSc Experimental Economics (Fabio)

Shane King
Should Competition Policy be relaxed during the current financial crisis? (pdf 97 KB)

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 3

Michael Brock
Has the UK Government missed the opportunity to invest in renewable energy programmes? (pdf 179 KB)

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 3

Jonathan Shortman
What are Hedge Funds? How competitive are they? Do you think they are a help or a hindrance in driving the economy out of the recession? (pdf 72 KB)

  • Course: BSc Politics and Economics, Year 2

Richard Ayre
Mitigating or adapting to climate change, which is optimal for the economy? (pdf 168 KB)

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 2

Ben Angus
Climate Change and the Economic Recession: Should economists be concerned about climate change?

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 2

Alex Haines
Is a monetary incentive enough to change the behaviour of people when tackling society's problems of smoking and alcohol addition, obesity and lack of blood donations? (pdf 93 KB)

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 1

Emma Garrett
How US President Barack Obama can use the promise of behavioural economics to change the United States of America (pdf 176 KB)

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 1