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Young Economist of the Year 2023

A very successful day for our students at the YEOTY 2023

The College had a very successful day last Friday at the Young Economist of the Year Awards winning a total of nine awards; including a Special Interest Award and numerous top places in the Year Group Awards. We are immensely proud of our students who collected more prizes than any other school for the second year in a row.  

Well done to all participants for your hard work and to Mr Doyle for your guidance. 

 Best Use of Data Award: Sponsored by the Central Statistics Office

Winners: Alexia d'Arcy and Keelin O'Carroll (TY)

Project: The Irish housing crisis: an issue of supply or demand?‚Äč

1st Place in 2nd Year

Winner: Rory Kinsman

Project: Why did electricity prices in Ireland increase by so much in 2022?

1st Place in 3rd Year

Winner: Sophie O'Connor

Project: An investigation and comparison of the Japanese and Irish fiscal policies

2nd Place in 3rd Year

Winner: Hugo Griffin

Project: Are National incentives to reduce carbon emissions likely to harm global trade

3rd Place in 3rd Year

Winner: Kiku Nakajima

Project:  How COVID affected Ireland's airline industry‚Äč

1st Place in 5th Year

Winner: ZiQi Ma

Project: How Inflation Affects Economic Inequality?

3rd Place in 5th Year

Winner: Valentina Baratta

Project: How can renewables tackle current inflation crisis? EU case study.

(Joint) 3rd Place in 6th Year

Winners: Issac Lee, Luke Yang, Mathis Zeissig

Project: What are the Factors Influencing NBA Ticket Pricing

(Joint) 3rd Place in 6th Year

Winner: Fabiola Grimmeisen, Mona Manno, Marlene Minch

Project: Croatia and the Euro

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