Young Economist of the Year

Our annual essay competition challenges Sixth Form students to write an essay on a contemporary economic issue.  It covers a range of topics relevant to today’s policy issues from free healthcare access to global warming.  Competition winners are presented with their prize at our Annual Public Lecture in the autumn.

2018 competition winners

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 winner: Dan Gilbey - best overall essay

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 winner: Sam Christie - best essay on topic

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 shortlist and highly recommended

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 winner: Christos Alexandrou - best essay on topic

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 winner: Gus Smith - best essay on topic

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 winner: Anna Cleary - best year 12 essay

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2018

Young Economist 2018 winner: Amir Razak - best essay on topic

Young Economist of the Year

2017 competition winners

01 Oct 2017

Young Economist 2017 winner: Louise Averill

Young Economist of the Year

01 Oct 2017

Young Economist 2017 winner: Matthew Thorne

Young Economist of the Year

2016 competition winners

01 Oct 2016

Young Economist 2016: Sherwood Lam

Young Economist of the Year

 

Annual Public Lecture

Our annual lecture provides an opportunity for school students to watch internationally-renowned economists present their research.

Undergraduate Video Competition

Our annual competition for university undergraduates to produce a video on an economic topic.

Economics Network

We support the work of the Economics Network which provides resources for students and universities.