Participating Universities:Four universities, namely Warwick, UCL, Oxford and LSE took part in the Economics Debate 2017. This year’s competition, however, will be extended to also include Cambridge, Bath, Bristol and Durham.
Quarter-Finals – Tuesday 6th February 2018Semi-Finals – Tuesday 20th February 2018Grand Final – Tuesday 27th February 2018
Prizes:Last year, the prizes were:1st place – Summer Internships at the IEA2nd place – £250 Cash Prize3rd place – £150 Cash Prize4th place – £100 Cash PrizeBest Individual – £50 Cash Prize
This year, with an increased number of universities involved, the prize pool is expected to be larger and the cash prizes, more attractive!
Application To indicate your interest in participation, you must submit a maximum 500-word document either supporting or opposing the statement:
‘Philip Hammond’s budget plans won’t solve the UK’s house price problem’
Applications should all be submitted using the Google form on this post. Submissions may be on behalf of an individual, a group of 2 or a group of 3. Please include all group member names and student ID numbers on the document, as well as a word count.
THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 30TH DECEMBER 23:55