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Faculty of Economics, Undergraduate student, (Christ’s College) has been jointly awarded the Gladstone Memorial Prize for his dissertation "Beyond the law’s borders: Evidence on what shapes judicial decisions from U.S. immigration cases".

 

Eu-Wayne Mok

Eu-Wayne (Christ’s College), who has just completed the final year of the BA in Economics, has been awared the Gladstone Memorial Prize, Academic Year 2021/22.

Eu-Wayne, would like to thank Dr Julia Shvets for her invaluable advice on the dissertation, “I would like to thank Dr Julia Shvets for her invaluable advice as my dissertation supervisor and Director of Studies. Much of my academic growth during my time at Cambridge is owed to her.”

The Gladstone Memorial Prize is awarded to the best dissertation across the Part IIB of the Economics Tripos, Part II of the Historical Tripos, Part IIB of the Politics, Psychology and Sociology Tripos.

 

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