The winning essay will be selected from the following: If you have any queries regarding the competition, please contact the magazine editor at magazine marshallsociety.
Is a cashless society conceivable? Any personal data relating to entrants will be used solely for the purpose of this competition and will not be disclosed to any third parties for any purpose without prior consent.
The result will be notified to applicants by email during the summer ofand will then be announced by posting on the websites of the ISRF and of the JTSB. Please also observe that by entering you agree to the terms and conditions listed below: The deadline for essay submissions is Entries should be submitted via email attachment to magazine marshallsociety.
What are arguments for subsidising education? Emphasis should be placed on sound explanation of economic theory and well-reasoned arguments, drawing on relevant real-world evidence.
Reflective theory articles are encouraged. Do free markets offer the best solutions to environmental problems? Is there a case for taxing it? The essay that is entered may not be entered into any other competition.
This is an opportunity for all students currently working towards A-levels, the IB or equivalent qualifications to demonstrate their ability to write a convincing and well-structured essay.
Do common currencies create more problems than they solve? ALL articles accepted for publication in the JTSB since 1 April to 31 August ; from 5 Septemberthose articles accepted for publication by the JTSB where the author chooses, at submission, the option additionally to be considered for the Prize this allows but does not require articles to have an essay-type style and format ; and the field of essays submitted following the advertised Call in March The winner, runners up and those with shortlisted essays will be contacted via the email used to submit the essay.
The successful essay will be intellectually radical, orthogonal to existing debates, and articulate a strong internal critique across the fields of social science research. The Marshall Society reserves the final right, where necessary, to make amendments to the above terms and conditions and to select the winners of the competition.
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Your submitted essay must be your work alone and any assistance given to you whilst writing your essay must be declared in your email. Entrants are advised to make their essays as concise as the topic allows: What role does asymmetric information play in financial markets?Winner of the CJE/ISRF Essay Competition.
The Editors of the Cambridge Journal of Economics are pleased to announce that the winner of the CJE /ISRF Essay Prize is: Julie Nelson ‘Husbandry: a (feminist) reclamation of masculine responsibility for care’. The deadline for our Young Economist of the Year Essay Competition has now passed.
Over the summer each entry will be checked against the competition requirements before being considered by the tutor2u judging panel.
The Marshall Society Essay Competition The Marshall Society, the Economics society of the University of Cambridge, is pleased to announce the opening of its annual essay competition. The John Locke Institute Essay Competition invites students to tackle a challenging and interesting question and delve deeply into a particular subject, beyond the confines of the school curriculum.
Entering an essay in our competition can build knowledge, and refine skills of argumentation. National Final Economics Challenge Competition (May 18 - 20, ) - The Council for Economic Education will host the National Economics Challenge in New York City on May 18 - 20, Cash prizes, trophies, and medals for the top teams at nationals.
Rounds will cover Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International and current events. The LSE SU Economics Society is one of the largest student societies at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and the only one officially supported by the LSE’s Economics Department.
This year they are introducing an essay competition for sixth form students both to promote LSE.Download