2013 Contest “Economic Value Is Subjective”

 

Below are details and winning entries from our 2013 contest. For details about our 2014 contest click here.

 
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2012-2013 WINNERS

2013 Winners

FIRST PLACE WINNER Value is Subjective (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop Economics Remix / Parody)

FIRST PLACE WINNER
Value is Subjective (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop Economics Remix / Parody)

SECOND PLACE WINNERS "Big Books"

SECOND PLACE WINNERS
“Big Books”

THIRD PLACE WINNERS "Econ Ballad"

THIRD PLACE WINNERS
“Econ Ballad”

To learn more about economic value being subjective, read here: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1676261

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CONTEST RULES

1. Create a music video about the economic concept, “Economic Value is Subjective.” Videos should be around three minutes or four minutes maximum. Longer videos are acceptable, but may lose points.

2. Entries are due Wednesday, May 15, 2013.

3. You are free to use any existing song and add your own lyrics to that song. Upload the video on YouTube, e-mail us, and you are in the contest.

4. Scoring is as follows:

Number of views on YouTube………..….. 25 percent
(counting starts now and continues until June 15, 2013)

Number of likes on YouTube………….. … 25 percent
(counting starts now and continues until June 15, 2013)

Judges scores ……………………….……..… 50 percent based on:

  • Creativity and entertainment factor
  • Economic content
  • Catchiness of tune
  • Story telling
  • Quality of visuals

5. The contest is open to high school, college, or graduate students. You can work with as many students or friends as you like, but each entry must have a team
leader who is an enrolled student, has a U.S. Social Security number, and has the ability to work in the United States. Prizes will be mailed to your leader.
Decision on how to split the prize is up to the winners, so we suggest that your team comes up with an agreement in advance about how to divide the prize.

6. All entries must be uploaded on YouTube.com and must not violate any policies stipulated by YouTube. On YouTube, it must have the description of the video,

“This video is for the ‘Economics Music Video Contest’ sponsored by Fayetteville State University’s Hackley Endowment. We are students at (Insert Name Here) under Professor (Insert Name Here).

Once the video has been uploaded, e-mail Dr. Edward Stringham at estringh@uncfsu.edu and be sure to CC his assistant, Maria Taro, at mtaro@uncfsu.edu to let them know about your entry, the leader of the team, and the name of your school.

7. View all entries on YouTube and Facebook.

HAVE FUN!!!

J U D G E S

Mungerduke

Dr. Mike Munger, Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science and Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Duke University

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Mr. John Papola, Creator of the Keynes vs. Hayek economics music videos, and Creative Director and Co-founder of Emergent Order

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Dr. John Tomasi, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Political Theory Project, Brown University. His specializations are political theory and ethics and public policy.

SOME PHOTOS OF THE WINNERS

First Place Winner, Richard "Mitch" Harrower

Mitch Harrower with Dr. Ed Stringham

Mitch Harrower with Dr. Ed Stringham

Second Place Winners C. Darden, D. Stephenson, B. Walters, and J. McLean

Second Place Winners C. Darden, D. Stephenson, B. Walters, and J. McLean

Third Place Winners, Richard Marmostein, and Sara

Third Place Winners, Richard Marmostein, and Sara Hardman

P L A Y L I S T

Click the image below to view the ENTRIES

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