Awards & Distinctions
Awards & prizes 2017
Prof. Rajna Gibson Brandon and Prof. Philipp Krueger
were awarded with the Best Quantitative Paper Prize (2017) at the PRI Academic Network Conference in Berlin for their research paper "the sustainability footprint of institutional investors".
Prof. Salvatore Di Falco
received the Best paper Award at the XV Congress (2017) of the European Association of Agricultural Economists for his paper entitled "Time Variant Risk Preferences In Agriculture: Evidences From Italy" co-authored with two ETHZ Professors: Martina Bozzola et Robert Finger.
Prof. Martin Hoesli
received the Prize for the best paper in the Real Estate Market Analysis category presented at the 2017 American Real Estate Society Conference. The paper is entitled “Revisiting the House Price-Income Relationship”.
Paola Pederzoli, PhD candidate, and Prof. Olivier Scaillet
won the nomination prize for the Swiss Derivative Award 2017 for the paper : "Early Exercise Decision in American Options with Dividends, Stochastic Volatility and Jumps".
Elisabeth Pröhl, teaching assistant and PhD candidate,
won the James B. Ramsey Prize for the best doctoral paper in econometrics at the Annual Symposium of the Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics.
Prof. Jaya Krishnakumar
has been invited to serve as a member of the Advisory Panel for the 2017 Human Development Report (HDR).