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Each year, the author of the best thesis is awarded a cash prize.

The student award ceremony is an important part of the Midterm Meeting where the winner has the chance to present his or her paper in front of the other participants.

Best 2012/2013:

- Mariana Carrión

- Neli Ivanova

- Edgar van der Staak

Fixed book prices and their impact on Mexicans’ reading habits

Judicial reform and its effect on the economy. The case of Bulgaria

Excessive CEO compensation matters to us? Not at all! The effect on subjective well-being in Europe.

Best 2011/2012:
- Tobias M. Hlobil

Some welfare implications of the right to buy back premature debt

 

Best 2010/2011:
- Sven Höppner

An Economic and Behavioural Analysis of Doorstep Contracts: Surprise, Reciprocation, and Consistency

 

Second Place 2010/2011:
- Dirk Heine

Acemoglu’s Black Box - Why the contribution of legal property rights to economic growth cannot be linear but must depend on the development stage of a country

 

- Anne-Marie Schoonbeek

Decoupling Economic Ownership and Voting Power

 

Best 2009/2010:
- Hannah Duncombe Teacher Incentives and Regulation of Education In the UK

 

 

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Students Voices

joseph pollack

"The opportunities afforded to me by the EMLE program were absolutely wonderful. The dual academic approaches of economic analysis and the legal reasoning means that you come out with policy and strategic understanding. The knowledge received by the EMLE program is encyclopaedic yet somehow profound enough to open many doors, professionally, and academically. I find myself better prepared than most to pursue my research here in Paris."

Joseph Pollack
(United States of America)

[EMLE Student 2011/2012]