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Centre Emile Bernheim is pleased to announce that one of its members makes it to the top 5% of Women Economists

Ariane Szafarz  makes it to the top 5% in the ranking of Women Economists on RePEc.

RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a database of working papers, journal articles, and software components. Its ranking is based on the analysis of citations and popularity of the published articles and working papers.

SBS-EM wins 2 ARC grants

SBS-EM wins 2 ARC grants

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

SBS-EM researchers together with researchers from the Faculty of Sciences won two important grants in the last call for Actions de Recherches Concertées (ARC grants 2010-2015).

5 SBS-EM faculty members at the Academy of Management

Patricia Garcia-Prieto, Marek Hudon, Carine Peeters, Nicolas van Zeebroeck and Olivier Witmeur, all faculty members of the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, had a paper accepted for presentation at the yearly Academy of Management meeting, the biggest academic meeting for management sciences. This is the first time that SBS-EM has had the honor of being represented by such a large contingent.

CERMi prize

The Centre for European Research in Microfinance (CERMi) is happy to announce that Professors Marek Hudon, Marc Labie, and Ariane Szafarz have been awarded a Wernaers Prize 2010 by FNRS for organizing the First European Research Conference on Microfinance on June 2nd to 4th, 2009, at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in collaboration with the European Microfinance Platform (e-MFP).

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

Centre Emile Bernheim is pleased to announce that five of its members make it to the top 200 in the latest rankings of young economists published by RePec

Marek Hudon makes it to the top 100 in the ranking of economists with five years or less of activity. François Rycx, Laurent Weill, Gaëtan Nicodème, and Pierre-Guillaume Méon appear in the ranking of economists with ten years or less of activity.