Fraser Institute Student Video Contest 2011 — Winners (Post-Secondary)

Students were asked to create a video answering the question “What role should government play in protecting the victims of natural disasters?” These are the winning entries in the post-secondary category.

1st prize ($2,500)
No Price Gouging for Katrina
Created by Chipman Purdey of Nelson, BC (Selkirk College)

2nd prize ($1,500)
Role of Government in Natural Disasters
Created by Aaron Gunn of Cowichan Bay, BC (University of Victoria)

3rd prize ($1,000)
Catastrophe’s Cost: The Economics of Aid and Recovery
Created by Sam Kerr and Ryan Quan of Calgary, AB (University of Victoria)

Viewers’ Choice Award ($625)
Economics of Natural Disasters: Moral Hazard, Government Intervention and Insurance
Created by Pierre-Olivier Bastien-Dionne of Quebec City, QC (Université Laval)
and Marco Lugo of Montreal, QC (Université de Montréal)

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