These were the essays I wrote during my first undergraduate year in Cambridge, reading economics. Topics range from economic issues during the industrial revolution to the late Victorian period. The essays were part of the supervision work, where your supervisor sets an essay topic and are usually around 1500 words in length. Overall, the essays are of an upper 2.1 standard.
|Institution||University Of Cambridge (unaffiliated)|
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