Best Paper Awards
We can now officially announce the winners of the two Best Paper Prizes
1) EMEA Best Paper Prize
‘Mobility Constraints and Labour Market Outcomes –Evidence from Credit Lotteries’, by Bernardus VAN DOORNIK (Banco Central do Brasil), Armando GOMES (Washington University in St. Louis), David SCHOENHERR (Princeton University), Janis SKRASTINS (Washington University in St. Louis)
2) IWFSAS Best Paper Prize
‘Can Technology Undermine Macroprudential Regulation? Evidence from Peer-to-Peer Credit in China’ by Fabio BRAGGION (Tilburg University, CentER), Alberto MANCONI (Bocconi University), Haikun ZHU (Tilburg University, CentER)
Congratulations to Janis and Haikun who did an excellent job in presenting their research!