ECCE scholar wins 2011 Crowell Second Prize

01-07-11 | Media - video |

ECCE researcher Nadja Guenster has received the 2011 Crowell Second Prize from the Quantitative group of Panagora Asset Management, in Boston, USA. The prize reflects the recognitions of Dr. Guenster's recent work on asset price bubbles, which she focuses on next to her research on sustainable investing. The prize is names after Panagora's founder Dr. Richard A. Crowell.

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