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2015 Wisconsin Economics Challenge

Choose from 3 locations!
Registration begins at 8:00 AM and will conclude by 2:00 PM

March 26 - Oshkosh

La Sure’s Banquet Hall
3125 S. Washburn St. | Oshkosh


March 27 - Milwaukee

Ramada Plaza (near the airport)
6331 S. 13th Street | Milwaukee

 

March 30 - Eau Claire

Clarion Hotel Campus Area
2703 Craig Road | Eau Claire

Teams may compete in one of two divisions:

  • Adam Smith - Restricted to students enrolled in courses labeled AP, IB, honors, or college level. Any two-semester economics course also falls in this division.
  • David Ricardo - Restricted to students enrolled in one-semester or less high school course not labeled as AP, IB, honors, or college level.

Teams of 3 or 4 students may compete in one of two divisions: Adam Smith - Restricted to students enrolled in courses labeled AP, IB, honors, or college level. Any two-semester economics course also falls in this division. David Ricardo - Restricted to students enrolled in one-semester or less high school courses not labeled as AP, IB, honors, or college level.

Agenda for the day.

Informational Packet

The 2015 Wisconsin Economics Challenge, presented by EconomicsWisconsin, starts with individual micro and macro tests. Then, each team takes a group exam on international economics/current events. After lunch, all teams participate in the Super Quiz. The day concludes with the top two teams in each division going head-to-head in the Quiz Bowl.

State winners will be announced April 7. National Semifinals will occure April 15.

The team with the highest point total for rounds 1 through 4 from all three sites will be crowned State Champions and have the opportunity to compete in the National Semifinal competition at their home school. There will be one winning team from David Ricardo and Adam Smith announced via email, online and on Facebook, Tuesday, April 7.

Cash Prizes!

If there are more than two teams in each division at a location, the top team in each division wins $200.  Second place in each division wins $100 and Third place wins $50.  If there are less than two teams in each division at a location, awards will be given to the overall top scores with first place overall receiving $200, Second place $100 and Third place $50.

More information found on the CEE Webiste - http://economicschallenge.councilforeconed.org/

Past Challenge Winners!

Sponsors:

Xcel Energies

The Arnold & Lois Domer Foundation


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