Winner: Charlotte Bartels, Department of Accounting
Charlotte's winning photography: Where is Inside?
The judges said: We thought this entry was a particularly striking image. It made us stop and think about accountability, transparency and boundaries. The picture invites conversation and allows the viewer to come to their own reflections about corporate life.
Judges: Rita Astuti is the Director of the PhD Academy and Professor of Anthropology. Since the time of her PhD at the LSE, she has been doing ethnographic research among fishing people in Madagascar. Kath Scanlon, an economist and planner, is Distinguished Policy Fellow at LSE London and has been researching housing and urban policy in the UK and elsewhere for more than 20 years.
The PhD Academy Prize is selected from shortlisted submissions from PhD students.
It will be judged on your ability to communicate a concept, research question or finding in a way that stimulates debate and is accessible to a non-specialist audience.
Winners will recieve £250, to be shared if part of a group.