The Norwich Economic Papers, volume eight The Norwich Economic Papers, volume eight

The Norwich Economic Papers, May 2013 - Volume 8


The first part of this volume contains the prize-winning essays from each year
group for the Fourth Annual Student Essay Competition, run in the 2012/3 academic
year. The second part is a "Rate my Internship" feature, containing personal accounts
of internship experiences and advice on how to acquire them. You can either
view the complete journal or articles and essays individually below.

Complete Journal
 

Volume 8 - May 2013
 

Part 1 -  Prize-winning Student Essays
 

First Year Undergraduate Category:


Steven Ram – First Place
"Should the provision of renewable energy be a government priority, or can it be provided by the free market?"

Simeon Paton – Second place
"Do consequences exist for developing countries experiencing significant growth which don't improve the welfare of their citizens in conjunction?"

Patrick Carter – Third Place
"Implications of Irrational Action in Health and Education"


Second Year Undergraduate Category:
 

Daniel Sadler – First place
"Should the provision of renewable energy be a government priority, or can it be provided by the free market?"

Amay V Narayan – Second place
"Should the Bank of England pursue another round of Quantitative Easing?"

Steven Van de Put and Maria Floyd – Third Place
"Do consequences exist for developing countries experiencing significant growth which don't improve the welfare of their citizens in conjunction?"

 

Third Year Undergraduate Category:
 

Pietro d'Arcano – First Place
"Do consequences exist for developing countries experiencing significant growth which don't improve the welfare of their citizens in conjunction?"

Ollie Lee and Tristan Jose – Second Place
"How might recent UK education policy changes affect the supply of skills to the labour market? Are these changes desirable?"

Alexander Collins and Daniel Osborn – Third place
"Should the provision of renewable energy be a government priority, or can it be provided by the free market?"
 

Postgraduate Category:
 

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

Benjamin Radoc – Second Place
Fast Growth and High Inequality: The Case of China and India

Mike Brock – Third place
"Should the provision of renewable energy be a government priority, or can it be provided by the free market?"

 

Part 2 – Careers and Lifestyle
 

"Rate My Internship" Personal accounts and advice on internships.