The prize shall be awarded each year to the student who, in that year was enrolled in a program leading to the award of a degree of Bachelor in the University; and achieved the best result as shown by the award of the highest aggregate mark in the courses Microeconomics 1 (ECON1101), and one of either Macroeconomics 1 (ECON1102), or Economics 1 Honours (ECON1100).
For students enrolled in Economics 1 Honours, only the Macroeconomics 1 component of their Economics 1 Honours course mark will be used for the purposes of award consideration.
Details of prizes including eligibility and Conditions of Award are subject to change without notice.
|2021||Chen Huan Liu|
|2012||Kang Jin Tan|
|2010||Yao Yao Xiong|
|2009||Stefan Douglas Webb (Inaugural award)|