Fellowships Essay Contest
Created in 1974 , the Olive W. Garvey Fellowships were offered biennially from 1982 until 2007. Since 2008 the contest has been sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation and is now annual.
2001 Garvey Fellowship Winners
“Does the new economy require a free economy?”
|David Mitchell (Graduate Student, Department of Economics, George Mason University)
|Craig Smith (Graduate Student in Political Philosophy, Department of Politics, University of Glasgow)
|James M. Rebanks (Second Year Undergraduate Student, Department of Modern History, Magdalen College, Oxford University)
||Timothy Sandefur (Second Year Law Student, Chapman University School of Law)
Bryan Caplan (Professor of Economics, George Mason University)
Stephen E. Margolis (Head, Department of Economics, North Carolina State University)
Alexander Tabarrok (Research Director, The Independent Institute)
The 2000-2001 contest, which benefited from the assistance of more than 2,500 college professors, resulted in submissions from college students in the United States, Canada, England, Scotland and the Slovak Republic.