BG Hardie Economics Prize

A Prize for the postgraduate student achieving the highest mark in the empirical examination of historic economic data in ECON 788 or ECON 790.

About the scholarship

Application status: No application required
Applicable study: ECON 788 or ECON 790
Opening date: By nomination
Closing date: By nomination
For: Prize
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: $2,000

The BG Hardie Economics Prize was established in 2005 by Bruce GS Hardie, son of the late BG Hardie (who contributed to the recording and interpretation of New Zealand’s early economic history and who was a graduate of the University of Auckland).

The main purpose of the Prize is to recognise the graduate (Honours or Masters) student in Economics who achieved the highest mark in either the Honours dissertation (ECON 788), or Masters dissertation (ECON 790).


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