It’s not the case that economics doesn’t have anything to do with creativity at all. Next to keeping your math and statistics skills on a high level, you need to think out of the box to find new linkages and relationships between different factors to unravel the many mysteries that our science still bears.
A bunch of economics students that wants more than to regress variables and switch between a dark and a light blue fineliner every now and then landed in the Editorial Committee in our search for an outlet for our creativity, providing you with The Ecunomist three times a year. Seemingly totally selfishly, we use the opportunity to train our journalistic skills. This reaches from brainstorming and coordinating all necessary tasks among our members to interviewing noticeable and/or notable people, individually composing one’s article, and finally over spellchecking to editing the layout. Yet, also partly selflessly, we put all this effort in it to make sure that you are not only well-informed about U.S.E., ECU’92 and the remaining part of the world of economics, but that you also enjoy a good read—at least this is what we hope!
|Co. Grammar||Kimberley Wu|
|Co. Lay-out||Gabriela Putri|
|Co. from the Board||Carolin Eckinger|