Distance learning, entering the job market, future prospects, precariousness, isolation: the health crisis has changed the lives of young people. Eco Notepad, in partnership with the magazine "Pour l'éco", for its 2021 competition, invited students to share their analysis on the prospects of young people in the world of tomorrow.
For the third edition of its competition, Eco Note Pad and its partner invited students (Bachelor-Doctorate) to propose projects on the theme "Health crisis: what economic impact for young people and what measures to put in place to reduce it?
A jury of renowned experts and researchers awarded the 2021 competition prizes:
1st prize: Jean Baptiste Lezat-Eiffel, student in Public Administration at Sciences-Po Paris for the post "The Covid-19 crisis and the risk of a sacrificed generation"
2nd prize: Jérémie Dubois, student in Master Applied Economics at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne for the post "Health crisis: how to reduce youth unemployment?”
Prize-giving ceremony :
Eco Note Pad launched its 2021 competition to encourage students to express themselves freely on the issue of young people facing the health crisis. Eco Note Pad wanted to let all opinions be expressed as long as they are well argued, even if they do not correspond to the theses defended by the Banque de France. An independent jury of experts and researchers made the selection of the winners. The opinions expressed in the winning entries are those of the authors. They do not reflect the position of the Banque de France or of the members of the jury.