June 2016 - Best young french economist: C.Landais. G.Pontière and N.Coeurdacier nominated
Each year, Le Monde and Le Cercle des économistes announce “the Best Young economist Prize”. This prize rewards the work of a young researcher (below 40) who contributes to promote the different aspects of economics and social sciences. This year’s winner is Camille Landais, Associate Professor in economics at the London School of Economics and PSE Alumni (APE Masters 2003, PhD 2009). The two nominees are Grégory Ponthière, professor at the university of Paris-Est Créteil and PSE Affiliate Member, and Nicolas Coeurdacier, associate professor of Economics at Science Po Paris, and PSE Alumni (APE Masters 2002, PhD 2006).
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