The Master’s Thesis Award for 2017 was awarded to Arjen Coenradij last week. He was honoured at the EBF conference for his thesis ‘Economic voting in Dutch municipal elections: The role of local and national economic performance and the effect of political affiliation’. Coenradij was awarded a € 1000 cheque.
Hendrik Thelken came second with his thesis ‘A longitudinal analysis of the Big Five personality trait influence on individual portfolio choices’. Iulia Rosioru shared the stage, winning € 250 for her thesis ‘CEO narcissism: an influence on CEO reputation and company value’.
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