Berkeley Economic Review, UC Berkeley’s premier undergraduate economics journal, is now accepting submissions for its Undergraduate Essay Contest! This semester, we have picked a federal-level current event issue that all undergraduate students can write about. We will publish the best submission in this semester’s issue of our magazine!
Our prompt for this semester is: “Given the rising prominence of cryptocurrencies, there have been concerns raised over the use of digital assets. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of cryptocurrencies. Should the US government enact more regulations on the establishment and the trade of cryptocurrencies?”
By writing one of the top responses, you will:
- Have your work published in the Fall 2021 Issue of Equilibrium
- Be recognized on BER’s social media and website
- Receive a cash prize
Write a short essay of up to 750 words to support your claim. If necessary, please cite your sources.
DUE DATE: November 16 at 11:59 p.m.
Please send your response as a PDF to email@example.com with the subject line: “F21 Undergraduate Essay Contest [Your Name]”
This contest is open to all undergraduate students.Feel free to message us on Facebook or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. Good luck!
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