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Winner of the 2013 Rybczynski Prize
SBE President, Dave Ramsden, presented this year's Rybczynski Prize for the best piece of business economics writing in 2013 to Ian Mulheirn from Oxford Economics. Ian won the £5,000 prize for his essay, Just Deserts? Risk, Reward and Incentives in Criminal Justice. Our congratulations to Ian, whose essay will published in the next edition of the Society's journal, The Business Economist.

Ian Mulheirn, Kate Barker, Dave Ramsden
Winner of the 2012 Rybczynski Prize
SBE President, Dave Ramsden, presented this year's Rybczynski Prize for the best piece of business economics writing in 2012 to José Ursúa from Goldman Sachs. Samuel won the £3,000 prize for his essay, Navigating the New Era of Public Debt Build-ups. Our congratulations to José, whose essay was published in the summer edition of the Society's journal, The Business Economist.

José Ursúa, Kate Barker, Dave Ramsden
 
Winner of the 2011 Rybczynski Prize
Lord Burns presented this year's Rybczynski Prize for the best piece of business economics writing in 2011 to Samuel Tombs from Capital Economics. Samuel won the £3,000 prize for his essay, New rules for monetary policy? Interest rates before and after the Great Recession. Our congratulations to Samuel, whose essay will be published in the next edition of the Society's journal, The Business Economist.

Lord Burns, Samuel Tombs
 
Winner of the 2010 Rybczynski Prize
Dave Ramsden, our new Vice President, presented this year's Rybczynski Prize for the best piece of business economics writing in 2010. Our congratulations go to George Buckley from Deutsche Bank, whose prize-winning essay, 'Spare a thought for spare capacity', will be published in the next edition of The Business Economist.

Dave Ramsden, George Buckley and Bronwyn Curtis
 
Winners of the 2009 Rybczynski Prize
Lord Burns, the President of the Society, presented this year's Rybczynski Prize for the best piece of business economics writing in 2009, to three economists from UniCredit Group, Milan; Marco Annunziata, Loredana Federico and Davide Stroppa. Marco, unfortunately, was unable to attend the event, but Davide and Loredana were happily at the dinner and collected their awards to loud applause.

Loredana Federico, Davide Stroppa, Lord Burns and Bronwyn Curtis
This is the second time that Marco and Davide have won this prestigious prize, and our congratulations go to all three winners.
A copy of the winning essay, The unbearable lightness of balance sheets: an analysis for the eurozone corporate sector, will be published in the Society's journal, The Business Economist (the next edition of which will be sent out to members shortly).
 
Winners of the 2008 Rybczynski Prize

Lord Burns with Ian Bright
Lord Burns presenting the 2008 Rybczynski Prize to the winning entrant, Ian Bright.

Ian won the 2008 Rybczynski Price for his essay "Japanese lessons for an Anglo-Saxon banking crisis", which explored the relevance of Japan's experience in the 1990s to the global markets today.
Our congratulations to Ian, whose essay will be published in the next edition of the Society's journal, The Business Economist.
 
Winners of the 2007 Rybczynski Prize
The Rybczynski Prize for the best piece of business economics writing in 2007 was awarded to four authors who jointly offered a considered perspective on inflationary prospects. Marco Annunziata, Tullia Bucco, Davide Stroppa and Marco Valli of UniCredit Global Research won this year's price for their essay 'Global Inflation - the Ghost in the Machine?' which explored and modelled the concept of inflation as a global phenomenon.
Lord Burns, with Marco Annunziata, Marco Valli, Davide Stroppa, Tullia Bucco - 2007 Rybczynski Prize winners - and Bronwyn Curtis
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