Published on 25 June 2019
Share Tweet  Share

Bennett Prospect Prize 2018/19

The Bennett Institute for Public Policy and Prospect magazine are delighted to share with you the winning and runner-up essays for the Bennett Prospect Public Policy Prize 2019.

The £10,000 prize for early career policy analysts and professionals seeks to answer a critical public policy question.

In 2018/19 we asked:
“What kinds of policies will enable left behind places to catch-up?”

Moving the Knowledge Economy: Establishing a CRAFT House Network | Eric Lybeck (University of Manchester)

The case for a place-driven approach | Elena Bagnera (Centre for Public Impact)

Regionally Adjusted Domestic Product – A new statistic for seeing the shape of the economy | Edward Pemberton (University of Sheffield)

Local missions: place-based, strategic finance supporting a peripheral UK | Connor Mckenzie (MillionPlus)

The rationale for and design of the Place Premium | Jamie Thunder (WPI Economics)

Click here for more information on this year’s Bennett Prospect Prize and how to enter.

Register your interest

Let us know if you’d be interested in reading more about this and related research by submitting your details below.

By submitting this form, you will be supplying us with your personal information so that we may contact you.

Back to Top