Friday, August 26, 2011

Supply & Demand Music Video Contest Open to All Students

The Hackley Endowment for the Study of Capitalism and Free Enterprise at Fayetteville State University is pleased to announce the supply and demand music video contest open to all students across the nation!

Topic: A Music Video that explains supply & demand in a creative and entertaining fashion.

“You can focus on whatever aspect of supply and demand that you wish, but things to consider are what would happen if prices were too high or too low, and how the free market price system helps coordinate buyers and sellers. Many good videos have story lines behind them, so you might think about giving it that extra personal dimension.

Don’t be overly technical and just put the main lessons of supply and demand to any kind of music. The most important requirement is to have fun!”

The grand prize winner receives a plaque and $2,500! Second and third prize entries receive $300 and $200 respectively. Professors of the students receive a plaque, along with a check for $500 if the student wins. Honorable mentions receive free copies of Atlas Shrugged.

The judges of the video contest are Edward Stringham of Fayetteville State University, Mike Munger of Duke University, and the famous “Fear the Boom and Bust” producer John Papola.

Deadline: December 15, 2011

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