Prize « Young researcher in economics »
Prize Young researcher in economics 2014
The Young researcher in economics prize is launched. The prize is open to researchers affiliated to a French University having obtained their PhD after 31/12/2008.
The prize consists of a grant of EUR 2 000 and the funding of the release from 40 hours of lecturing obligations or 60 hours of tutorial teaching over the next two years. Three laureates will be selected by an international jury.
Awarding the Young Researcher in Economics Prize 2012 and 2013
The Young Researcher in Economics Prizes 2012 and 2013 were awarded by Robert Ophèle on the occasion of the 10th Journée of the Foundation. The Young Researcher in economics prize consists in a felowship of 2 000 euros and the funding (if applicable) of the partial release of 80 hours of teaching obligations. Laureates for 2012 were : Jeanne Hagenbach (CNRS - École Polytechnique) ; François Le Grand (EM Lyon business school) ; Mariana Rojas Breu, (Université Paris Dauphine). Laureates for 2013 were : Michael Brei (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre) ; Eduardo Perez (l'École Polytechnique) ; Philip Valta (HEC Paris school of management)