We would like to congratulate this year's Barnett Prize winners:
Lukas Lehner (DPhil in Social Policy) for his paper, entitled:
Begging thy co-worker: Is Europe’s wage growth destined to slow further?
Mackenzie Martin (DPhil in Social Intervention) for her paper, entitled:
Measures of Facilitator Competent Adherence Used in Parenting Programs and Their Psychometric Properties: A Systematic Review
The annual Barnett Prize is awarded to the best paper submitted for the academic year by a research student. Thank you to all students who entered this year's competition.