The Indigo Prize
Faculty and students are invited to enter a major new economics competition – the Indigo Prize.
The Prize challenges entrants to consider how to measure economic activity in a 21st century economy.
Universities, business schools and think tanks across the world are being invited to take part.
Entries will be shortlisted, with the finalists presenting to our esteemed panel of judges for the £100,000 winning prize, with runners-up receiving £25,000 and £10,000.
The judging panel includes:
- Dominic Barton (Global Managing Partner at McKinsey & Company)
- Lord Davies of Abersoch (Non-Executive Chairman of LetterOne, former Minister for Trade, Investment, Small Business and Infrastructure, former Chairman and CEO Standard Chartered)
- Stephanie Flanders (Chief Market Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management and former BBC economics editor)
- Lord O’Neill of Gatley (former Commercial Secretary, former Goldman Sachs Chief Economist)
- Professor Lynda Gratton (author and Professor of Management Practice at the London Business School)
- Brent Hoberman CBE (founder of lastminute.com and Founders Forum)
- The Lord O’Donnell (Chairman Frontier Economics, former Cabinet Secretary)
- Rt Hon Ed Vaizey MP (former Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy)
- Mikhail Fridman (Co-Founder of LetterOne)