2018 Prize Winners

Winner
Trust Me

Stian Sandberg explores the consequences of China’s proposed Social Credit System; a plausible future where trust is quantified. Imagine a normal day, except everything you do is recorded and judged by an algorithm whose parameters are entirely out of your control. The purchases you make at the supermarket, what news Read more…

By oskarbirol, ago
2018 Prize Winners

Runner-Up
Poland’s Fragile Luxury

Robert Jacek Włodarski explores the unstable luxury goods market in Poland. When KPMG published a highly optimistic report on the £3.1bn Polish luxury goods market in 2015, its British counterpart stood at £40.2bn and continuously grew. Still, the auditing company was confident about the Polish market’s bright future. Since then, Read more…

By oskarbirol, ago
2018 Prize Winners

Runner-Up
Coffee & Donuts

Student explores the rise and fall of Krispy Kreme The Gamble Within most Krispy Kreme stores sits both an impressive feat of engineering and a spectacular economic gamble: the Donut Theatre. ‘Theatre’ is probably far too unassuming a term for a roomsized conveyor belt system which carries donuts from their Read more…

By oskarbirol, ago