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Now in its 27th year of publication, the Student Economic Review (SER) is one of the oldest undergraduate economic journals in the world, and is recognised as a remarkable institution within Trinity College. In the present climate of economic turbulence and uncertainty, it is of utmost importance that we promote innovative research on the part of the younger generation. The Student Economic Review is in a unique position to engage the brightest minds, the leaders of tomorrow, in meaningful debate, thoughtful questioning and erudite investigation.
To submit an essay please go to turnitin.com. Detailed instructions regarding the submission prodecure can be found in the submissions section. The deadline for acceptance of submissions is on Friday the 22nd of February, 2013.
Message from the Editor
"Is there some action a government of India could take that would lead the
Indian economy to grow like Indonesia's or Egypt's? If so, what exactly?
If not, what is it about the "nature of India" that makes it so?
The consequences for human welfare involved in questions like these are simply staggering:
once one starts to think about them, it is hard to think about anything else."
- Robert Lucas Jr.
Thank you for taking an interest in the Student Economic Review. Now in its 27th year, the SER is one of the longest running undergraduate economic journals in the world.
The Review is a unique chance for undergraduates at Trinity to publish an academic work relating to economics. Having an essay published in the review is a great accomplishment, demonstrating one's ability both to understand, and to help others understand, our complex world.
Such an accomplishment places one among the brightest economics students here in Trinity, and I thus strongly encourage all undergraduate economics students to submit essays for the Review. It is an optimal chance to test your intellect and think deeply about any aspect of economics that particularly interests you.
Should you decide to submit, I and the editorial team greatly look forward to reading your submissions.
Good luck in your academic adventures,
Editor, Student Economic Review 2013
If you have any questions on what we do or have an interest in submitting an article, please feel free to contact us.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Student Economic Review Committee 2012-2013