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2020-21 Student Prize Winners

Congratulations to all our 2020-21 departmental exam prize winners. 

(Master's 2021-22 prizewinners to be announced.)

 

Undergraduate Prizewinners

The Lillian Knowles Prize for the Best Set of First Year Marks

  • Isha Patel (BSc Economic History with Economics)
  • Vincent Wei (BSc Economic History)

The Lillian Knowles Prize for the Best Set of Final Year Marks

  • Cameron Gerard (BSc Economic History)

The Baines Prize for the Best Mark Achieved in EH101

  • Cyrus Wong (BA History)

 Prize for the Best Mark Achieved in EH237

  • Lina Lin (BSc Economic History)

The Altorfer Ong Prize for the Best Mark Achieved in EH240

  • Lorcan Gallagher       (BSc Economic History)  
  • Lina Lin (BSc Economic History)

Prize for the Best Mark Achieved in the Dissertation in Economic History

  • Gavin Greif (BSc Economic History)
    • Title: Merchants, Proto-Firms, and the German Industrialization: the commercial determinants of nineteenth century town growth 
  • Luke Oades (BSc Economics with Economic History)
    • Title: Was William the Conqueror’s distribution of English land after the Norman Conquest in keeping with the selectorate theory model of regime survival?
  • Arthur  Townend (BSc Economics with Economic History)
    • To what extent did the disinvestment policy from South Africa from 1980 and 1994 affect the relative economic position of Black South Africans?
  • George Turner (BSc Economic History)
    • What was the rate of intergenerational social mobility in the Royal Navy between 1650-1850? How did elite groups ensure status persistence? 
  • Roy Xiao (BSc Economic History with Economics)
    • To what extent did the HSBC, with stronger links to London financial markets, enjoy a comparative advantage in banking and trade finance over Chinese commercial banks in Singapore between 1920-37?