Warwick Economics Society

A student-run society based at the University of Warwick that brings together students with a shared

Warwick Economics Society is a student-run society based at the University of Warwick that brings together more than 1,600 undergraduate and postgraduate students from 109 different disciplines with a shared interest in Economics. We are committed to propagating freedom of knowledge, stimulating debate and providing a platform for the exchange of ideas in an attempt to expose members to the brilli

Operating as usual


Announcing the 2023 Warwick Economics Society Executive Team:

President: Matthew Murray

Vice-President: Ella Carr

Treasurer: Zoe St John

Secretary: Ariana Mokarrami

Heads of Marketing and Communication: Catherine De Souza and Kitty Ballantine

Heads of Talks: Andrzej Binkowski and Arshia Lamba

Heads of Careers: Revanth Roy and Ayuushi Gunetilleke

Heads of Diversity and Outreach: Aanya Michael Manjakunnel and Sagar Mishra

Social Secretary: Arvind Alapati and Miriam Kwan

Senior Assumptions Editors: Manish Vekaria and Deepan Sakthivel

A massive well done to the newly elected exec. Also a huge thank you to everyone who ran, all the speeches were great and all of the positions were hard-fought.


Dear All,

Thank you to all our members who voted in the 2022 Elections, and a huge well done to all of the candidates for campaigning so well!

It's our pleasure to announce your new EconSoc Exec for 2022/23:

President: Nathan Eastham
Vice-President: Anudarshi Majumdar
Secretary: Barnaby Lankester
Treasurer: Talia Shaw
Marketing & Communications: Freya Sperinck & Jean Sammut
Talks: Dhru Dattani & Ksh*tij Gupta
Careers: Krishi Shah & Shivang Mittal
Assumptions: Ollie Hotchin & Jack Donnelly
Socials: Anish Goel & Sarthak Agarwal

We wish the new Exec all the best, and will now begin the handover process to set up another great year!

For those who missed out, please note that there are other roles in the Exec that will open soon, and you will still be able to contribute to EconSoc!

Best wishes,
EconSoc Exec 2021/2022


We are delighted to announce the renowned economist and journalist Soumaya Keynes as our next guest speaker!

Soumaya is currently the trade and globalization editor at The Economist, and the co-host of a podcast covering economic trade named "Trade Talks".
She attended Trinity Collège Cambridge for both her undergraduate and master's degrees, completing her Bachelor of Arts in 2010 and MPhil in Economics in 2011.

Her career in economic research began as policy advisor for Her Majesty's Treasury in London, looking at banking and credit. Afterward, she worked at the institute for Fiscal Studies, focusing on pensions and public finances before joining the Economist in June 2015.

She began by writing the Free Exchange column, which provides a literature review of recent papers in economics and was promoted to US economics and trade editor in June 2018.

Furthermore, she has hosted and chaired events, such as the 2019 World Trade Symposium in New York. Additionally, she's given multiple interviews both about her work and her transition form research to journalism.

Please join us with Kate on Thursday the 27th of January 6-7pm on our Facebook live. You'll be able to ask questions in our Q&A session towards the end of the event, so this is not one you want to miss!

Photos from Warwick Economics Society's post 13/11/2021


Have a look through the images to see what the Amplify Trading Finance Accelerator Simulation is and why it's an experience you should get involved with!

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We are delighted to announce the renowned economist and best-seller author Kate Raworth as our first guest speaker for this term!

Kate is the author of best-selling book Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st Century economist, which has been translated into over 20 languages. She currently works as a Senior Associate at Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute and as a Professor of Practice at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

Beyond this, she is the creator of the Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries and co-founder of Doughnut Economics Action Lab. She completed her BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and MSc in Economics for Development both at Oxford University.

She has also featured significantly in the media, with The Guardian naming her as "one of the top ten tweeters on economic transformation".

Please join us with Kate on Wednesday 10th November 6-7pm either for the livestream in MS.02 (Zeeman building) or on our Facebook live.

You'll be able to ask questions in our Q&A session towards the end, so this is not an event you want to miss!


Monday evening, November 8th, at 5PM Cornerstone Research are conducting interactive case studies for Warwick students! Join us with this zoom link: https://cresearch.zoom.us/j/97241189506?pwd=Mkg3M1lySGdqUXh0N2oyUERHd3g1UT09

Cornerstone Research is a leading economic and financial consulting firm specializing in the analysis of complex economic, financial, accounting, and marketing issues that arise in the context of various kinds of litigation.

For example, we may be asked to predict the effect of a merger of two major high-tech firms on prices and innovation, to determine the effect of unfavourable drug test results on the stock price of a leading pharmaceutical company, or to value a patent on smartphone technology that might have been infringed.

Consultants from Cornerstone Research will be holding a presentation on economic consulting. You will have the chance to meet our consultants and follow-up with any questions regarding the case discussed. We will also be available to answer questions about pursuing a career in economic consulting.

See you all there! :)


We are excited to announce Warwick EconSoc’s new partnership with AmplifyMe.

AmplifyMe is a brand-new platform to ensure students get hired based on their ability and not background!

On Nov 17th 4-6PM, we are running the flagship Finance Accelerator simulation that will rotate you through roles in Sales & Trading and Asset Management.

Top performers in each role will have the opportunity to be fast tracked to internship and graduate opportunities at Amplify’s partners such as Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and Citi.

This will give you invaluable practical experience and give you the edge in the current application season!

Sign up using this link: https://amplifyme.com/for-societies-book-now


Compass Lexecon is one of the world’s leading economic consulting firms and provides clear analysis of complex issues to law firms, corporations as well as sovereign entities.

We will be holding a company presentation and case study on Thursday 28th of October at 5PM in OC0.04 where you can learn more about economic consulting and the opportunities that Compass Lexecon provides.

Hope to see lots of you there!



As a Fresher Rep for EconSoc, you will join the exec of the largest academic society at Warwick as our representative to your cohort. You will play a key role in promoting and organising our events throughout the academic year.

What's in it for you:

- Exclusive access to all EconSoc events
- Direct exposure to our sponsors (consultancy firms, banks, equity research houses, law firms etc.)
- Regular, exclusive socials with our exec
- Insights and experience working with different teams within EconSoc
- The opportunity to expand your social circle and meet like-minded people

We are looking for approachable and team-oriented individuals who will uphold our values and high standards and actively contribute ideas to EconSoc. You will be required to attend regular exec meetings and must be prepared to dedicate time to society activities, particularly around important dates in our calendar.

Application Process:

- Fill out your details and answer the short questions on this form
- Successful applications from this first stage will be invited to interview with our exec after the deadline below




Congratulations to all students who received their A level results today and IB students who received theirs last month!

We are so excited to welcome you all to the University of Warwick very soon!

Make sure to follow us on insta, facebook and LinkedIn () for info about freshers and all our events throughout the year!

Also be sure to join our official Freshers WhatsApp Group for anyone studying Economics or related degrees. It is the perfect place to ask all your questions, meet your course mates and ensure you don’t miss out on all things Econsoc! Link in our insta Bio.

Look forward to seeing you all soon!


In exciting news, Assumptions will be launching a summer collaborative project!

Inspired by the recent women’s rights protests, this project will be a deep dive into the female economy.

Women’s experiences in the working world have always been an important topic of conversation, and one that’s increasingly relevant to young professionals and students alike.

This project would be a series of short articles (between 400-800 words) published on a biweekly basis, through the summer holidays. Each contributor would be expected to write one article on a topic of their choosing, to do with women’s economic rights and market interests.

We want as many people to contribute as possible! Whether you would like to talk about women in the film industry, unpaid domestic labour or even the market for work heels - whatever it is, it has a place in the project!

Just fill in this form (https://forms.gle/sdaNUKaabmZj3gjd9) and we’ll get back to you soon!


Thank you to everyone who voted, we received over 400 votes in our election!

Here are the new EconSoc Exec for 2021/2022:

President: David Evans
Vice-President: Narkiz Aydogan
Secretary: Ben Schwarzmann
Treasurer: Jack Field
Marketing & Communications: Duncan Forsyth & Lara Harris
Talks: Daira Natalia Povez Gamboa & Jakub Fridrich
Careers: Cindy Kim & Thomas Loubeyres
Assumptions: Emily Vaughan & Tolu Odejide
Socials: Fraser Drennan & Celine Markantonis

We will now begin the handover process and get the new exec going!!

For those who missed out, please remember that there will be other roles available and you will still be able to contribute to the society!

Best wishes,
EconSoc Exec 2020/2021



Thanks to all of you who attended our election event this evening. We hope that you enjoyed it!!!

You are now able to vote using the following link:

Voting will be allowed until 18:00 on Sunday the 14th of March.


Candidates will receive the results of the election via phone call from the Executive Team. The full results of the election will be posted on Sunday evening after all candidates have confirmed.

Good luck and happy voting!

- Exec 2020/2021


We are LIVE now for elections!


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You can join our Election Event this evening using this link:

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We are excited to introduce our 2021 charity partner. Eduspots connects, trains and equips local leaders who want to create change in their communities through education. They have already created a network of 42 physical Spots,
community-led self-sustaining education centres such as libraries. They achieve this through their new Community Leadership in Education programme and their STEM summer camps, alongside donating some 100,000 books and 400 STEM kits across their communities. Eduspots also engages UK and Ghanaian students in critical discussions on global development in the process through our online courses.

You are more than welcome to join their event “Window into Ghana” Saturday 27th February at 7pm. It will feature talks from Ghanaian leaders, students and a well-known Ghanaian author, Nana Damoah, alongside optional quizzes, a raffle and an auction, alongside the chance to cook some Ghanaian food and live tours of the Akumadan and Abofour Spots.

Link to join the event:

You can always make a donation to support this project with the fundraising link:

Inflation may make a return. Should we welcome it? - Assumptions 24/02/2021

Take a look at our latest article!

Inflation may make a return. Should we welcome it? - Assumptions After a decade of slow growth and inflation hovering around naught, hefty governmental stimulus packages may finally bring back the characteristics of the pre-2008 Western economy. Phaidon Theologites discusses the possible benefits and dangers of higher inflation.

Photos from Warwick Economics Society's post 23/02/2021

We are delighted to welcome our next sponsor Oxford Economics, a leader in global forecasting and quantitative analysis. With an impressive worldwide client base compromising more than 1,500 international corporations, financial institutions, government organisations, and universities.

Oxford Economics is currently recruiting for graduate Assistant Economists, who are interested in applying their understanding of economics to real-world issues. Oxford Economics champions a modern, open and collaborative culture. You will be working closely with experienced economists and expected to take responsibility for your work from an early stage.

Depending on the team you join, you will contribute to Oxford Economics’ global macro, city and sectoral forecasts and prepare briefing articles on topical economic issues; develop econometric forecasting tools; undertake scenario and policy analysis; or assist senior economists on a variety of consultancy projects.

There are positions in London, Oxford, Belfast, New York, Singapore and Dubai. The current teams with positions are Cities, Scenarios and Modelling, Macro and Investor Services, Economic Impact Consulting, industry and EMEA Macro Consulting. More details about the teams can be found on the website.

To apply and find out more about the graduate programme, head to http://blog.oxfordeconomics.com/careers/06-11-2020-graduate-assistant-economist-2021. Deadlines close on 31st March 2021 and early applications are strongly recommended.


We are delighted to host our second guest speaker of 2021, Silvana Tenreyro, on the 10th February from 6-7pm. Silvana is an External Member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee and a Professor of Economics at the LSE. Don't forget to tune in to our Q&A session to have your questions answered!

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22 09/02/2021

If you're interested in a career in the public sector, Warwick Department of Economics is hosting an event this Friday with three economists from the Water Services Regulation Authority in England and Wales, Ofwat.

They will be discussing their work at Ofwat and provide more information about their 2021 Graduate Economists Development Programme. Registration will be required in order to attend: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/events/2021/2/careers_in_economics_webinar_series_2021_22

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22 Over the past few years we have found that students from Warwick’s Economics Department have highly valued the opportunity to meet with employers and former students of the Department to explore the range of economics related careers.


Join us at 6pm tonight to hear Ha-Joon Chang's incredible insights and get YOUR questions answered - this is an event not to be missed!


To commence the new year of 2021, we are excited to announce our Winter Magazine centred on theme of justice. Our editors from Assumptions have teamed up with iNSIGHTS editors, Warwick PPE Society to provide you some answers to difficult questions. To access the online magazine, head to assumptionsxinsights.com. Don't miss out on this edition!


Even though term 1 was not what we all hoped for, we thank you for your commitment to Econsoc throughout this term and engaging in our events.

In the meantime, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a happy new year! We are looking forward to having an amazing term 2.

Getting your five a day - what our campus Pret can tell us about the likely failure of the Pret Barista subscription scheme - Assumptions 19/11/2020

The long queues outside Pret clearly demonstrate the popularity of their Barista scheme. Whether pret is profiting from it is another question...

In her first article as a Junior Editor, Clara Nabialek discusses the efficacy of Pret's Barista Scheme.

Getting your five a day - what our campus Pret can tell us about the likely failure of the Pret Barista subscription scheme - Assumptions The long queues outside Pret clearly demonstrate the popularity of their Barista scheme. Whether Pret is profiting from it is another question...


Don’t miss out on your opportunity to work for one of the best financial magazines!

If you are interested in Financial Journalism, The Economist Magazine is offering a 3-month PAID internship, supported by the Marjorie Deane Foundation, to journalists and would-be journalists. You will get the chance to work in London and write about economics and finance for a world-renowned magazine.

For more information, about the application, visit their website


Join us to hear Daron Acemoglu, winner of the John Bates Clark Medal and Institute Professor of Economics at MIT. Make sure to stick around until the end for our Q&A session and the chance to have your questions answered!


Interested in a career in finance? Have you wondered what it is like to be on the trading floors? EconSoc is excited to partner with Amplify Trading to offer you the opportunity to participate in an investment banking virtual trading simulation!

The event will take place on 11th November from 1-4pm, so make sure to sign up via: https://www.amplifytrading.com/amplifyme-society-event so you do not miss out.


Join us to hear Lord Mervyn King discussing insights from his new book, Radical Uncertainty, and make sure to stick around until the end for our Q&A session and the chance to have your questions answered by Lord King!

Google Forms - create and analyze surveys, for free. 21/10/2020

A great opportunity open to all our members!

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Photos from Warwick Economics Society's post 15/10/2020

We welcome our next sponsor, RBB Economics. RBB Economics is a world leading economics consultancy specialising in competition matters. Their economists advise clients in their dealings with competition authorities across a range of industries.

Their work involves the application of microeconomics and econometrics to competition
law matters, and RBB economists have the skills and outlook to flourish in the face of complex and intellectually challenging issues.

RBB Economics is hosting a company presentation exclusive to Warwick students next Wednesday on the 21st October at 6pm via Zoom. This is a perfect opportunity for you to learn more about the company and the consulting industry. Register via Warwick MyAdvantage to sign up for the event.

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