A study, by researchers from the University of Warwick and the London School of Economics, analysed the anonymised personal tax returns of everyone who claimed ‘non-dom’ status between 1997 and 2018. It found that more than one in five top earning bankers has benefited from non-dom status.
Jacob Liebenberg is CAGE Video Competition Winner 2022! The third-year undergraduate in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, impressed the judges with his compelling story, strong visuals, voiceover and music. Congratulations Jacob!
We are delighted to announce that a PPE graduate was the Global Winner in the Economics category at the Global Undergraduate Summit.
The Global Undergraduate Awards is an international academic awards programme that recognises originality, innovation, and excellence at the undergraduate level. The Economics category was won by Warwick PPE graduate Beatriz Sasse.
Beatriz’s submission was her dissertation on “The limited impact of a drinking-and-driving law reform on traffic accident hospitalisations: quasi-experimental evidence from Brazil”. Her supervisor was Professor Kobi Glazer who is Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at Warwick.
The University of Warwick has welcomed former student, His Excellency Luis Alberto Arce Catacora, President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, back to the university’s Coventry campus to talk with students and to learn more about research being undertaken.
His Excellency, who graduated from Warwick in 1997 with a Masters Degree in Economics, spoke on economics to a gathering of students before answering questions, on topics including his life in public service, how his studies at Warwick have informed his career, and industrialisation.
Warwick PPE graduate Vikram Khosla received an upReach Ten award at the 2020/21 Student Social Mobility Awards.
The upReach Ten are the ten students across the whole of the UK who, in the opinion of the judges, were most likely to achieve outstanding personal or career success.
Commenting on his award, Vikram said:
“It was a complete surprise to me! I’d been shortlisted for two of the other awards which I didn’t win on the day. Then at the end they announced the upReach Ten awards and I was delighted to receive this one as it encapsulates both my volunteering and mentoring work and my commitment to doing well in my own career.”
Congratulations to Vikram!