The Policy Case Competition at NYU

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Tommy Wang is a sophomore studying Finance and Economics at Stern School of Business. He is also the co-director for the Policy Case Competition and the e-board member of Politics Society at NYU which organises the event. 

 The Policy Case Competition at NYU – Deadline is Tonight at 11:59pm!

 If you are in any way involved in the politics clubs at NYU, you’ve probably heard of the NYU Policy Case Competition. The Policy Case Competition launched last year when 12 teams competed in solving policy problems regarding domestic, foreign, or economic policy.

 This competition serves as a great way for students to foster their critical thinking and creative problem solving skills. It is also a great opportunity for students to network with policy makers from NYU DC, the New York Federal Reserve, and other political think tanks. Last year, the winning team got a free trip to NYU DC to have dinner with political insiders and discuss their proposed solutions. For those who wish to have a career in politics, this is a great chance for them to get their foot in the door.

 This year, we have opened up the competition to schools outside of NYU. Currently, we have teams coming from Columbia, Princeton, and Hunter. This year’s Policy Case Competition will be bigger and better; we’ve invited esteemed panelists from Harvard, BlackRock, the Eisenhower Institute, and many more! The Politics Society at NYU encourages students to sign up to participate, or just attend the event on April 4th.​

Policy Case Competition


Find real world solutions to domestic, international, or economic issues. Present your team’s policy proposal to experts from the Federal Reserve, Roosevelt Institute, Harvard University, BlackRock, and other distinguished institutions. Single entrants and team registrations are both accepted. Register here! Space is limited. More info about PCC.