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RES Young Economist of the Year Essay Competition 2016

  • Published Date: 08 February 2016


The Royal Economic Society Young Economist of the Year essay competition is now open. Students studying UK A level or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses are invited to write a unique essay of up to 2,500 words, on one of the subjects set by the President of the Royal Economic Society, calling on key elements of their studies, examples from the world around them and imaginative discussion.

Prizes

The winner of the Young Economist of the Year receives an award and wins £1,000, with runners-up each receiving £500. All those on the final shortlist or highly commended lists will receive a certificate from our partners in the competition, the online educational resource publisher tutor2U.net.

Full details on the criteria and topics can be found here or via Tutor2u.

Source: RES Office, Amanda Wilman

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