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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - School of Business and Economics

Research Prize of the School

The Research Prize of the School of Business and Economics is awarded annually to a faculty member for a publication in an international journal in the previous year. The Prize is endowed with 2,000 Euros and honours research activities at the School.


The prizewinners and their awarded publications


2019 Ulf Brüggemann The Twilight Zone: OTC Regulatory Regimes and Market Quality
Daniel Klapper Super Bowl Ads
2018 Roland Strausz

Crowdfunding, demand uncertainty, and moral hazard - a mechanism design approach


Michael C. Burda Payroll Taxes, Social Insurance and Business Cycles
2016 Yves Breitmoser

Cooperation, but not reciprocity: Individual Strategies in the Repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma


Daniel Rettl Refinancing, profitability, and capital structure
2014 Lutz Weinke

Lumpy Investment and the Monetary Transmission Mechanism


Alex Stomper Snow and Leverage


Prize was not awarded


Prize was not awarded
2010 Roland Strauz Planned obsolescence as an incentive device for unobservable quality
Stefan Brenner An empirical study of the European corporate leniency program


Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel Revenue equivalence revisited


Prize was not awarded
2007 Wolfgang Härdle  
Alexandra Spitz-Oener Technical Change, Job Tasks and Rising Educational Demands: Looking Outside the Wage Structure