The Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics is committed to supporting and encouraging the work of Young Scholars in philosophy and economics. The Mark Blaug Prize in Philosophy and Economics is intended to promote and reward the best of such academic scholarship. The prize is named in honour of Professor Mark Blaug — , a founder of the field of philosophy and economics who made a tremendous scholarly contribution to many areas of the history and philosophy of economics. Young Scholars should submit a single-authored article for publication in the EJPE in the usual way before the end of December , and mention that you would like to be considered for the prize. Co-authored papers where all authors are Young Scholars are also eligible. Prize submissions should not include articles previously published or under consideration elsewhere.
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Winners of the Young Economist of the Year
After receiving a record number of entries, the Marshall Society is pleased to announce the results of its essay competition. It has been wonderful to receive so many of your essays and a great pleasure reading them all. For this, the Society thanks all those who entered and wishes you all the best for the future. Congratulations to the author of the winning essay, XinYu Fu, and congratulations to the three runners-up!
Leadership Essay Competition 2019
The Marshall Society, the economics society of the University of Cambridge, is excited to launch its essay competition. The deadline for essay submissions is pm 11th August 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. Emphasis should be placed on sound explanation of economic theory and well-reasoned arguments, drawing on relevant real-world evidence. Entrants are advised to make their essays as concise as the topic allows: the guideline is words.
Lex:lead is a group of international lawyers and friends who support economic development focusing on the world's least developed countries. In we also started placing our students in internships with the World Bank and NGOs and in we began offering mentoring to our winners. Seventeen new winners bring Lex:lead to its th award - see Winners page. Our award-winners, internship placements, publications and other achievements this year - see the About Us page.