Norwich Economic Papers - Past Volumes Norwich Economic Papers - Past Volumes

Volume 13, Published August 2016, contains the winning essays from the Seventh School of Economics Student Essay Competition 2015/16. This volume also features a staff spotlight with Dr Sheheryar Banuri.

Volume 12, published in August 2015, contains a selection of the best essays from the 2014/15 academic year. The second part is a Lifestyle and Reviews section

Volume 11, published in June 2015, contains a selection of prize-winning essays from each year group for the Sixth Annual Student Essay Competition, run in the 2014/15 academic year.

Volume 10, published in June 2014, contains a selection of the best essays from the 2013/14 academic year. There is also a Lifestyle and Reviews section.

Volume 9, published in June 2014, contains a selection of prize-winning essays from each year group for the Fifth Annual Student Essay Competition, run in  the 2013/14 academic year.

Volume 8 of the Norwich Economic Papers, published in May 2013, contains the winning essays from the 2012-13 School of Economics Fourth Student Essay Competition. Best Postgraduate Essay was won by Stefania Paredes Fuentes, Best Third Year Essay went to Pietro d'Arcano, Best Second Year Essay was awarded to Daniel Sadler and Best First Year Essay went to Steven Ram. Read the full list of winners and runners up. Volume 8 also contains a section on internships.

Volume 7 published in February 2013, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by ECO students in their modules. It also contains a careers and study advice section.

Volume 6 published in June 2012, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by ECO students in their modules. It also contains a careers and study advice section together with a book review of 'A Random Walk down Wall Street' and a review of a CEI lecture.

Volume 5 of the Norwich Economic Papers, published in April 2012, contains the winning essays from the 2011-2012 School of Economics Third Student Essay Competition. Best Postgraduate Essay was won jointly by Panayiotis Agisilaou and Frederick Wandschneider , Best Third Year Essay went to Alex Haines, Best Second Year Essay was awarded jointly to Tristan Jose and Ollie Lee and Best First Year Essay went to Cal Corkery. Read the full list of winners and runners up.

Volume 4 published in February 2012, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by ECO students in their modules. It also contains a careers and study advice section.

Volume 3 of the Norwich Economic Papers, published in September 2011, contains the winning essays and selected essays from the 2010-2011 School of Economics 2nd Student Essay Competition.  Best Postgraduate Essay was won by Jack Whybrow, Best Third Year Essay went to David Fletcher, Best Second Year Essay was awarded jointly to Jun Jie Tan and Cameron Belton and Best First Year Essay went to Daniel Osborn.  Each student was awarded a prize of £1,000.

Volume 2 published in February 2011, contains a selection of the highest standard essays and coursework submitted by ECO students in their modules.  

Volume 1 published in June 2010, contains the winning essays and selected essays from the 2009-2010 School of Economics 1st Student Essay Competition.