Wolfson Economics Prize Finalists
Hear from Sir John Kigman and the shortlisted finalists, who include a recent graduate from UCL; an Australian start-up firm; a former lawyer; an economist and her husband, the President of the Automobile Association (the AA); and an Economics consultancy. Each shortlisted finalist will be asked to expand their submissions before the final and if they do so will be awarded £10,000. The judges also recognised two entries with “Lightbulb Awards” for originality.
RT @PRASEG We're unlikely to see the raft of clean energy policy announcements a full Spending Review had been expected to trigger (summarised neatly by @ed_birkett in this graphic for @Policy_Exchange). But we are expecting the National Infrastructure Strategy worth around £100bn. pic.twitter.com/HGJ1TpNoZO