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Henry George Graduate Prize in Economics

The Henry George Graduate Prize in Economics, established in 2013, is awarded annually for the best graduate student essay related to a topic chosen from a list released with the annual announcement of the competition.
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  1. Progress, Poverty, and Feasible Taxation. [Download]

    Title: Progress, Poverty, and Feasible Taxation.
    Creator: Walshe, Matthew
    Description: This essay was awarded the 2014 Henry George Graduate Prize in Economics.
    Subjects: labour, poverty, economic policy, taxation
    Date Created: April 8, 2014
  2. An assessment of oil and gas royalty rates in Alberta, 2007-2012 [Download]

    Title: An assessment of oil and gas royalty rates in Alberta, 2007-2012
    Creator: Mendoza Heredia, Lourdes
    Description: This essay was awarded the 2013 Henry George Graduate Prize in Economics.
    Subjects: Petroleum, Petroleum industry and trade, Oil and gas leases, Government policy, Taxation
    Date Created: 2013