Economix: Global Economic Challenges is an annual international event held by KANOPI FEB UI, a student organization run by undergraduate economics students at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia.
The 17th Economix: Global Economic Challenges promotes “Inequality in the Modern Era: An Unresolved Question” as this year competition’s grand theme. The competition will provide its participants the chance to test their brilliant ideas, gain new insights, and enhance their personal skills on pressing issues related to our grand theme. As the main competition, participants will be challenged to create a research paper and present it in front of experts.
- Addressing the Economic Roots and Impacts of Gender Inequality
- Digital Economy: An Advancement Opportunity
- Political Instability and Populism as a Result of Inequality
Who can Register
This international competition is opened to all undergraduate students from universities all over the world. Participants of the paper competition consist of two-person teams, with no minimum threshold for each university to send their teams to the competition.
How to Register
The online registration form is available here. The full paper must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
No registration fee for international participants (including Indians).
2nd Winner: US$ 600 (Rs. 41227 approx.)
3rd Winner: US$ 400 (Rs. 27485 approx.)
Paper Submission and Registration Deadline: August 18, 2019
Announcement of Selected Papers: September 22, 2019
Technical Meeting: November 3, 2019
Head-to-Head and Grand Final Phases: November 5–7, 2019
- Top 12 Teams based on paper assessment will take part in the next two stages, Head to Head Stage and Grand Final Stage in Jakarta, Indonesia.
- In the Head to Head stage, the team of adjudicators will assess participant’s paper presentation, participant’s knowledge and participant’s speech about topics related to the sub-themes which have been provided.
- In the Grand Final stage, the team of adjudicators will evaluate the discussion of a case study to determine the winner of 17th Economix: Global Economic Challenges competition.
Kevin Bagas Ksatria