Wisconsin Economics Challenge
The Wisconsin Economics Challenge is an opportunity for teams of three (3) or four (4) high school students (four team limit per school) to demonstrate their knowledge of economics concepts in a competitive and FUN atmosphere! Any
Wisconsin student enrolled in a high school course for credit during the 2015-16 academic year can participate. Students can compete at one of three host sites and in one of two divisions: David Ricardo or Adam Smith.
How does the Economics Challenge Work?
The 2016 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.
Statewide winners can participate in the National Semifinals at their own school on Tuesday, April 19. The top four teams in the semifinals will qualify for an all-expenses paid trip to New York City to compete in the National Finals sponsored by the Council for Economic Education!
More information found on the CEE Webiste - http://economicschallenge.councilforeconed.org/
The Arnold & Lois Domer Foundation
The Alberta S. Kimball-Mary L. Anhaltzer Foundation