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European Economics Olympiad

European Economics Olympiad

Europe
Largest Economics and Finance Contest for High School Students
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20000 Students Participating in EU
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500+ Participating Schools in EU
Development
Preliminary Round, National Round, Global Round
Free
Entry to Global Round (National Champion Team)

About the European Economics Olympiad

he European Economics Olympiad (EEO) was established in 2016 by the Institute of Economic Education (INEV) – a non-profit organization in Czech Republic. Throughout the years, it has become the biggest economics and finance competition in Czech Republic and Slovakia and expanded to other European countries with over 20,000 students and more than 550 schools taking part each year. The EEO aims to fill the gap in teaching economics and finance at high schools, and strengthen the skills of adolescents in logical thinking, problem-solving and critical thinking, spark their interest and support them on their career path.

Websitehttps://www.economicsolympiad.com/

About the Organizer

Institute of Economic Education (INEV) is a leading non-profit organization in economics and financial education, sponsored by many organizations, such as the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, the Czech Central Bank, University of Economics, Prague, PwC, etc. with the aim to improve economics education, financial literacy and establish a platform which would identify and support young talents in economics and finance. INEV is working intensively on promoting the European Economics Olympiad internationally and providing academic support in economics and finance for high school teachers.
Website:https://inev.cz/en/

ASDAN China (ASDAN Academy) is now an exclusive partner with the INEV from 2020 to host the National Round in China. Both organizations aim to offer high school students in China an outstanding economics education in an international level.

European Economics Olympiad

Development

Preliminary Round
Preliminary Round
  • Date:Date: 5 December, 2020, 14:00-15:20 (80 minutes) Deadline for registration:22 November.
  • Location:1. Exam Centres (offline): www.seedasdan.org/eeo 2. Online
  • Format:Individual written test, 50 mutiple-choice questions
  • Eligibility: Grade 10–12 (Senior Division)
  • Content:6 economics modules
    • Methodology of economics, basic definitions and economic history
    • Microeconomics
    • Macroeconomics
    • International Economics
    • News, public policy, European union
    • Financial literacy
Awards
Individual
  • National Honor Award:National Top 5%
  • High Distinction:National Top 15%
  • Distinction:  National Top 25%
  • Outstanding Award:National Top 35%
  • Credit Award: Regional Top 20% (excluding national awards)
All award winners will be invited to participate in National Round.
School
The top 5 students' scores will be accumulated as the total score of the school. Schools with less than 5 participants will not be involved in the ranking.
  • Gold:National Top 10%
  • Silver:National Top 25%
  • Bronze:National Top 35%
All award winners will receive a digital certificate and be invited to participate in the National Round.
Region Division
  • Northern: Beijing, Tianjin, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Shandong
  • Eastern: Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu
  • Southern: Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Hainan, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan
  • Western: Chongqing, Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Tibet, Ningxia, Xinjiang
  • Central: Hunan, Hubei, Anhui, Jiangxi, Henan
National Round
National Round
  • Date:February, 2021 (Winter holiday), 4 days
  • Location: Shanghai
  • Content:
    • Economic Challenge:
      individual written test, 2 rounds (45 minutes each round), each round consists of 4 modules:
      • Economic Knowledge: mutiple-choice questions
      • Diagram analysis: short-answer quesitons
      • Analytical essay: writing
      • Financial analysis and calculation
    • Model EU:
      Team* Each team will represent one EU country and engage in discussion and negotiations over a series of the pressing issues. Team members are supposed to do in-depth research on the assigned EU country beforehand.
    • Oral Exam:
      Every student is required to give a presentation for no more than 5 minutes in English. The judge may ask follow-up questions. Presentation topics will be assigned 1 hour in advance
    • Economic Quiz Bowl:
      Team*, mutiple-choice and short-answer questions. Teams will race the clock to answer questions using a buzzer. Final score is based on the number of correct answers and the time spent on each question.
*Team Formation: Students from the same school form their own teams of 4-5 members. The organizer will randomly assign teams in the case of individual participants.
Global Round
Global Round
  • Date:August, 2021
  • Location:uropean Economics Olympiad Member States (Each year one member will take turns to hold the contest).
  • Eligibility: Champion team from National Round (If the champion team cannot attend, the opportunity will be passed to the 2nd or 3rd winning team).
  • Content: Topics related to the Preliminary Round and National Round
  • Fee: The qualified team will receive a free entry invitation to the Global Round (led by ASDAN China staff, travel arrangement and relevant expenses will be beared by the participants themselves).