Sixth Form student, Jay Rabheru, has edited the fourth edition of the Trinity Economic Review. This latest edition covers topics as wide-ranging as ‘Is technological change driving a wider wage gap between the skilled and the unskilled?’; ‘Should consumers be held accountable for the consequences of their purchases?’ and ‘Supply chains: Why are they in so much trouble?’
It can be read here.
Jay recently took over from Lev Titov and Joe D’Mello as Editor, and Mr Doepel, Head of Economics & Business comments:
“Jay worked tirelessly to put this magazine together. He showed real initiative by getting in touch with a few former Trinity students and seeing what they are up to now and whether they had any advice for the current students of Economics and Business. In addition to this I would like to thank all the students that contributed, by writing their articles.”
Jay adds: “I was delighted to see the variety of topics that students chose to write about. I would just like to say a big thank you and congratulations to everyone who contributed. Economics is a very wide-reaching field with many engaging and diverse topics. Well done especially to Thushan Peiris in Fourth year who wrote and submitted an intriguing article. I was thrilled to see his enthusiasm.
“I really enjoyed learning about the alumni and talking to them about their journey through university and into the world of work. I found the advice they would give to their younger selves especially helpful as it is applicable for most of our current students who are embarking on similar journeys.
“I also want to thank Fidelity International’s Kris Atkinson, our guest writer, for his contribution. I was interested to delve into his world and to understand what he does on a day-to-day basis. I particularly liked learning about the considerable changes that have occurred in his working life.
“I will shortly be starting collating articles for the fifth edition. If you are interested in the subject – no matter your age – you are welcome to contribute. Please watch out for posters around the school for dates and deadlines!”
Well done Jay, and many thanks once again to all who contributed!
"If you are interested in the subject - no matter your age - you are welcome to contribute. Please watch out for posters around the school for dates and deadlines!”
Jay Rabheru, Sixth Form
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