Prof. Scaillet's research paper “A specification test for nonparametric instrumental variable regression” has been accepted for publication inAnnals of Economics and Statistics special issue on “Inverse Problems in Econometrics”.
Prof. Martin Hoesli won the prize for the Best Paper in the Innovative/Thinking Out of the Box category for his paper titled "High Frequency House Price Indexes with Scarce Data" (co-authored with Steven C. Bourassa) presented in April 2016 at the American Real Estate Society (ARES) meetings in Denver, Colorado.
We are pleased to inform you that Prof. Gisbon Brandon’s neuro-finance paper titled "Prefrontal connections express individual differences in intrinsic resistance to trading off honesty values against economic benefits" by Azade Dogan, Yosuke Morishima, Felix Heise, Carmen Tanner, Rajna Gibson, Alexander F. Wagner, and Philippe Tobler has just been accepted for publication in Scientific Reports.
Matthias Efing is winner of the ESRB prize for his job market paper. The ESRB awards an annual prize to recognise outstanding research conducted by young scholars on a topic related to the ESRB’s mission.
Our online courses entered the highly selective "Top Specialization" within Coursera, entering the top 6 amongst 562 Courses devoted to Business on Coursera's platform, and the only non-US University amongst these "Gold medals".
The research paper "Comments on : Nonparametric Tail Risk, Stock Returns and the Macroeconomy" by Lorenzo Camponovo, Olivier Scaillet and Fabio Trojani has been accepted for a forthcoming publication in the Journal of Financial Econometrics.