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. The email should contain your full name, school, date of birth and a declaration of any assistance you received from teachers or tutors.
The deadline for essay submissions is The essays will be judged individually and the shortlist, runners up, and winner will be announced in September. Unfortunately, any other feedback will not be possible to any of the entrants. The essay that is entered may not be entered into any other competition.
Only students studying in sixth form or below graduating in or later or any international equivalent are eligible. Do free markets offer the best solutions to environmental problems? 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.
What are arguments for subsidising education? Is there a case for taxing it? As always, we encourage students to produce their own titles, but they should equally feel free to use any of the suggested titles listed below should they wish to do so: Entries should be submitted via email attachment to magazine marshallsociety.
If you have any queries regarding the competition, please contact the magazine editor at magazine marshallsociety. The winner, runners up and those with shortlisted essays will be contacted via the email used to submit the essay. Entrants are advised to make their essays as concise as the topic allows: Is a cashless society conceivable?
Please note that you do not have to be studying in the UK to enter. Join Us Not a member yet? Do common currencies create more problems than they solve?Essay question: What is the best way to improve competition in modern capitalism?
Description: In economics textbooks, markets are supposed to be competitive. In reality there is growing evidence. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Economic Society of Singapore (ESS) today launched the 15th MAS-ESS Essay Competition.
The theme for this year’s competition is “The Impact of Disruptive Technologies”. The LSESU Economics Society, with the support of the LSE Economics Department, is pleased to announce the return of our annual Economics Essay Competition!
The four top submissions will win prizes from LSE’s most distinguished economists, including Nobel Prize winner, Professor Sir Christopher Pissarides. The MAS-ESS Essay competition is organised by MAS and the Economic Society of Singapore (ESS) annually.
The essay competition is open to all pre-university students in Singapore, regardless of nationality, as well as pre-university Singaporean students studying abroad.
Does economics have the answer for the global problem of plastics pollution? “Some internet companies have become too big for the good of society and should be broken up”. Do you agree? ESSAY COMPETITION RULES.
Essays should be a maximum of 1, words excluding references. Students should focus on economic analysis and. 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.
This is an opportunity for all students currently working towards A-levels, the IB or equivalent qualifications to demonstrate their ability to write a .Download