Winners: poster category

The industry professional judges for the poster category were Robin Houston and Duncan Clark, co-founders and directors of KILN

The academic judge was Martin Bauer, Professor of Methodology, LSE.

Best in show

Orian Mahlow - Department of Economic History, LSE
Foreign labour in West Germany: skill premiums in the Germany auto industry – convergence big time?

"Graphically very strong, with a well chosen photograph and an elegant and striking layout. Immediately clear what the research is about."

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Highly commended

1) Madeleine Stevens -  Department of Social Policy and Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU)
Children at risk of developing antisocial and criminal behaviour

"The cartoon format is unusual and engaging and tells a story that serves to personalise the topic and make it accessible. there is a useful arrangement of additional information."

Madeleine Stevens

2) Joseph Lane -  Department of Economic History, LSE
Networks and knowledge: a potted history

"A well laid out poster making effective use of a combination of historical imagery and data graphics."

Joseph Lane

3) Ali Habibnia -  Department of Statistics, LSE
Nonlinear forecasting with many predictors by neural network factor models

"An effective presentation of an unusually technical topic. Good use of colour and thoughtful arrangement."

Ali Habibnia

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