The Office for National Statistics (ONS) Renaissance Prize was launched, by the ONS, to encourage and celebrate the development of economic thought and argument, using a statistical evidence base, among UK undergraduates.Back to table of contents
The standard of entries was very high, with all entrants identifying different angles from which to explore the economic benefits of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We are delighted to announce that the winning entry came from a group of four students from London School of Economics. The group members are Brooklyn Han, Patrick Leitloff, Sally Yang and Eddy Zou.
*The arguments and concepts outlined and explored in this essay are the opinions of the student authors and as such should not be taken as endorsed or representative of the ONS’ position on the essay theme.Back to table of contents