As part of the initiative we are holding five essay contests, based on the five Open Future themes (Borders, Ideas, Markets, Society and Progress). Each contest is open to people between 16 and 25.
I am a final-year LLB student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). My previous work experience comes from both the private and the non-governmental (NGO) sector, as well as a number of student and volunteering projects. I have a strong interest in an inter-disciplinary approach to the social sciences, and in particular the interaction between markets, law and society.
The RES has announced details of its popular annual essay competition for A Level Economics students. Essays should be a maximum of 1,500 words excluding references. Students should focus on economic analysis and include references. The competition is open to Year 12 and Year 13 students. Students can only submit one essay.
Therefore, we have put together an essay competition: we invite you to answer one question and submit your response in essay format. Former Secretary-General of ASEAN Ambassador Ong Keng Yong has very kindly agreed to pen the foreword. This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your work! Top entries will be compiled and published in a book.
The essay will then be assessed against those of other applicants, and the committee will produce a shortlist of participants to participate in the competition on the day. The competition proper takes place on the second and final day of ELF, and will consist of one preliminary round followed by a grand final. Teams are randomly allocated based on the choice of an economics and non-economics.
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The Economic Policy Challenge is a prestigious research essay based competition for high school students, undergraduates, and postgraduates on Economic related issues. It is jointly organized by the Economics Societies of the top universities of UCL, LSE and Oxford in conjunction with the Institute of Economic Affairs. The EPC will give participants hands-on experience in applying both.