The Norwich Economic Papers, volume two The Norwich Economic Papers, volume two

The following articles are examples of exceptional student essays in various modules and written by students at various levels of study within the School of Economics.

Articles

Michael Brock
What Level of Paternalism Should the UK Government Pursue to Combat the Detrimental Effects of Heavy Drinking? (pdf 441 KB)

  • Module: Public Sector Economics (ECO-2B14)
  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 3

Samuel Jones
Discuss the Potential Impact of the Recent Financial Crisis on the Capital Structure of UK Companies (pdf 176 KB)

  • Module: Finance (ECO-M015)
  • Course: MSc Economics and Finance

Matthew Grimson
"Dependence has increased among many developing countries, raising concerns over the effectiveness of aid. Where are the problems? Discuss the efficacy of trade liberalization and Scepticism of aid with empirical evidence." (pdf 491 KB)

  • Module: Development Economics (ECO-3A09)
  • Course: BSc Business Economics, Year 3

Kim Thu Hoang
Estimating the Response of Real Output to Monetary Policy Instruments Shocks in Vietnam (pdf 636 KB)

  • Module: Dissertation
  • Course: MSc Economics and Finance

Kieran Keohane
What are the Limits of Applying ‘cost benefit analysis' to the impacts and Mitigation of climate change at different scales? (pdf 271 KB)

  • Module: Climate Change History, Economics and Governance (ENV-2A09)
  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 3

Liam Kilroe
Is Money Demand Stable? (pdf 106 KB)

  • Module: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO-2A05)
  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 2

Henry Howell
Does search theory explain or describe unemployment? (pdf 140 KB)

  • Module: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO-2A05)
  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 2

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

  • Module: Dissertation
  • Course: MA Economics and International Relations

Syed Azam
Explain why the market might under produce a good which generates a positive externality. What might be appropriate policy interventions? (pdf 267 KB)

  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 1

Benton Knight
Many stores make some form of ‘price match' promise to their customers. How might game theory help us to understand why they do this? (pdf 419 KB)

  • Module: Principles of Microeconomics (ECO-2A07)
  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 2

Patrick Harding
What are the economic issues behind the ‘pensions time bomb' currently overshadowing the European economies? (pdf 368 KB)

  • Module: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO-2A05)
  • Course: BSc Economics, Year 2