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SOM Awards for Arturas Juodis and Erik Dietzenbacher

17 September 2019
Arturas Juodis

On September 5, during the Opening of FEB’s academic year, SOM’s director Gerben van der Vegt presented the awards for Outstanding Junior Researcher and for Outstanding Researcher.

Outstanding Junior Researcher

The 2,000 euro prize for SOM’s best junior researcher was awarded to Arturas Juodis. He obtained his PhD degree in 2015, and already published several articles in topjournals like the Econometrics Journal and the Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. In addition he obtained a NWO VENI grant in 2017 for a project entitled “We do not live in a bubble: economic shocks in misspecified panel data models”.

The other two nominees were FEB researchers Milena Nikolova and Thom de Vries.

Outstanding Researcher

Erik Dietzenbacher, Professor of Interindustry Economics at FEB, was awarded 2,500 euro by the SOM Board for his overall performance. Dietzenbacher published numerous articles in topjournals, has supervised 12 PhD theses and was the Principal Investigator of the EU-funded WIOD project. He has been the editor-in-chief of Economic Systems Research for more than ten years and was President of the International Input-Output Assocation in the period 2013-2018.

Erik Dietzenbacher
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