2019 Winner of the Award for Best Participant: David Henning - ”An Analysis of Brexit services trade effects using a Synthetic Control Model"
Diveena Nanthakumaran - "The effects of social interaction and internet usage on stock market participation: evidence from Europe"
2017- David Henning, Tim Maecker and Marcel Schlepper
2017 Winner of the Award for Best Participant:
David Henning - ”Exploring conflict in Nigeria: does the rapacity effect dominate across local government areas in Nigeria"
2017 Winner of the Award for Best Paper:
Tim Maecker - "Do language and cultural barriers enable firms to price discriminate between countries in the European Union?"
Marcel Schlepper - "Comrade, have you seen the latest polls? A quantitative analysis of the impact of national election polls on vote defection in the European Parliament"
2016 - Mihaly Abel
2016 Winner of the Award for Outstanding Participant
”Pretending to be Green”: The Role of Environmental Status Signalling in the Behaviour-Impact Gap Problem
2015 - Virginia Minni
Can greater bank capital lead to less bank lending? An analysis of the bank-level evidence from Europe
2015 - Hameem Raees Chowdhury
2015 Winner of the Award for Outstanding Participant
Microcredit vs. Poverty: A comparative study of Joint-Liability Repayment Rates within Microcredit Communities
2013 - Matthew Bailey
Asset Bubbles and Post-earnings Announcement Drift in an Anchored Sentiment-regime Dependent Natural Expectations (ASDNE) Framework
2012 - Thomas Preston
The Determinants of Football League Transfer Market Values: An Age of Financial Restraint
2012 - Samuel Evans
Clearing the cognition: a study of the impact of high-frequency-trading on equity market volatility
2012 - Christopher Roth
Darwin's Happiness Hypothesis: Subjective Well-Being in an Individual Panel from an Evolutionary Perspective
2011 - Nik Orlov
Trapped in Happiness? A Consideration of Dynamics in Ordinal Subjective Well-Being Functions
2011 - Meryl Ching
Does Public Health Expenditure significantly affect health outcomes. Using the East Asian Crisis to form a Natural Experiment