The Economics Network Student Challenge

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April 20, 2012 - 14:54

The Economics Network is currently running a student competition. We are asking students to answer the following question: "How would you use economics to solve one of these issues: poverty; climate change; or structural unemployment?" Students can submit their entry in different formats (such as essay, poem, song) the more creative the better (last year's winning entry was in the form of a rap).
The prize for this years winner is £400; there are also prizes for runner-ups. The deadline for entries is the 31st of May so we would greatly appreciate if you could inform your students about this competition as soon as you can.