Congratulations to all of the undergraduate Economics prize winners for 2017

Thursday, 05 October 2017

The Department of Economics would like to congratulate all of the Undergraduate students who have been awarded an Economics Prize for outstanding academic achievement in 2017.

The full list of prize winners is detailed below:

 

JOHN HICKS and GEORGE WEBB MEDLEY PRIZES

For the best overall performance in Economics (PPE & H&E)      

  • Edward Manuel, Wadham College (£300)
  • Callum Shaw, Christ Church (£300)
  • Anne Williamson, Balliol College (£300)

 

JOHN HICKS FOUNDATION PRIZES

For the best performance in Quantitative Economics (PPE & H&E)                          

  • Gen Hall, St Edmund Hall (£150)

For the best performance in Microeconomics (PPE & H&E)         

  • Alexander Olsson, Balliol College (£75)
  • Anne Williamson, Balliol College (£75)

For the best overall performance in Macroeconomics (PPE & H&E)                                         

  • Conor Hamilton, Pembroke College (£75)
  • Fraser West, St Catherine’s College (£75)

For the best performance in Quantitative Economics (E&M)

  • Elena Kostova, St Anne’s College (£150)

For the best performance in Microeconomics (E&M)                            

  • Elena Kostova, St Anne’s College  (£150)

For the best performance in Macroeconomics (E&M)

  • Fabio Schneider, St Hugh’s College   (£150)

 

GEORGE WEBB MEDLEY, UNDERGRADUATE ECONOMICS THESIS PRIZE

Across 3 joint-schools (E&M, H&E, PPE)                                                                                                                 

  • Oswin Kruger Ruiz, H&E Candidate, New College (£150)

 

LUBBOCK PRIZE – E&M (funded by Balliol College)

Best overall

  • Elena Kostova, St Anne’s College,   (£400)

 

GIBBS PRIZES 2017 - E&M (funded by student funding)

Economics 1st                                                                                                                                                                          

  • Elena Kostova, St Anne’s College (£150)

Economics 2nd                                                                                                                                                                         

  • Loris Raimo, Trinity College (£75)

Management 1st             

  • Anna Schnupp, Merton College (£150)

Management 2nd                                                                                                                           

  • Gabriella Astrini, Lady Margaret Hall (£75)