Department of Economics

Essex Economics Students' Journal (EESJ)

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Showcasing the best undergraduate work

EESJ publishes our best undergraduate papers and projects, covering all areas of economics. 

We run the journal to help you perform better academically, stimulating and recognising good research practice, and rewarding outstanding work with prizes.

Our current volume

 Spring 2023  

Also nominated: Qidong Yu (BA Business Economics, final year), Joan Babu (BA Philosophy, Politics & Economics, second year), Karen Beghan Bibi (BSc Economics, second year) and Shoaib Ali (BSc Economics, final year).

Our previous volumes

Autumn 2022

Also nominated: Marni Malek-Zadeh (BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics, second year), Daming Zhang (BSc Financial Economics, final year), Tiziana Simeoni (Erasmus, final year), Kofi Oppong (BA Economics, second year) and Parm Paepuang (BA Economics with Psychology, second year).

Spring 2022

Also nominated: Jared Durrell (BSc Economics, second year, EC246), Eleanor Newport (BA Economics, second year, EC262) and Ademide Salako (BA Business Economics, final year, EC386)

Autumn 2021

Also nominated: Samip Rai (BA Economics, second year, EC262), Matteo Martini (BA Economics, second year, EC245) and Aidan O’Hagan (BA Economics, second year, EC261)

Spring 2021  

Also nominated: Jean-Uwumva Uwizeyimana (BA Economics, final year), Diana J Koskei (BSc Accounting with Economics, final year), Conor Burns (BSc Economics, final year) and Keerthana Mahadevan (BSc Economics, final year) 

Autumn 2020

Also nominated: Freya Holroyd (BSc Economics, final year), Oludare Olubiyi (BA Economics, final year), Vengadeshraj Neelaranjitharajah (BSc Economics, second year) and Andrei Pavel (BSc Economics, first year)

Spring 2019

Autumn 2018

Spring 2018

Autumn 2017

Spring 2017

Autumn 2016