Young Scholars Prize 2023 of the German Keynes Society for IPE Researcher Ryan Woodgate
Ryan Woodgate, IPE researcher, has won the Young Scholars Prize of the German Keynes Society in 2023. He was awarded this prize for his PhD dissertation ‘The Macroeconomics of Offshoring and Intergovernmental Policy Competition: A Post-Keynesian Analysis of Key Aspects of Neoliberal Globalisation’ at the University Sorbonne Paris Nord. The PhD dissertation was supervised by IPE Co-Director Eckhard Hein in the context of the PhD cooperation of the Berlin School of Economics and Law with the University Sorbonne Paris Nord and defended in September 2022.
Benjamin Jungmann, IPE junior researcher, has won a Tiburtius prize of the Berlin universities in 2022. For his thesis in the Master International Economics and the Double-Degree Master Economic Policies in the Age of Globalisation on „Growth drivers in emerging capitalist economies before and after the Global Financial Crisis“, supervised by IPE Co-Director Eckhard Hein, he was awarded the first prize for Master theses. A revised version of his thesis was published as IPE Working Paper, No. 172/2021
Young Scholars Prize 2022 of the German Keynes Society for Sara Feiner Solis
Sara Feiner Solis, a graduate from the Master International Economics of the Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR), has won the Young Scholars Prize of the German Keynes Society in 2022. She was awarded this prize for her Master thesis ‘The effectiveness and risks of loose monetary policy in financialised economies’, which was supervised by IPE Co-Director Eckhard Hein. A shortened version of the Master thesis was published as IPE Working Paper, No. 159/2021. After further revisions, the paper has now been published by the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics.