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Anaïs HAMELIN, Senior Searcher at the Centre Emile Bernheim (SBS-EM, Université Libre de Bruxelles)  and at LARGE (Université de Strasbourg), won the AFFI-FNEGE Thesis Prize (Association Française de Finance - Fondation Nationale pour l'Enseignement de la Gestion des Entrerprises). This yearly prize rewards the best thesis in the domain of Business Finance.

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A study by SBS-EM faculty Kim Oosterlinck and Ariane Szafarz was used by FT investment editor James Mackintosh to illustrate his report entitled "Buying when blood is in the streets."

The SBS statistics focus on the impact of The Soviet Revolutions on the prices of Russian government bonds.

Watch the report here

SBS statistics featured from 1.30 to 2.40.

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The Activities Report 2010 of the Centre Emile Bernheim is now online.

For a paper version, contact aurousse [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be (Aurélie Rousseaux)

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The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management which will take place this year in San Antonio, Texas, in August calls for businesses, managers and scholars from around the world to become enlightened about global diversity, balancing differences and transcending divides.

Every year, the Academy publishes a compendium of the top 10% best papers submitted for the conference. Some 7000 researchers from all over the world take part in this event.

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Stéphanie Collet, pursuing her PhD under the supervision of Kim Oosterlinck, won the "New Researcher Prize" at the Economic History Society for her paper entitled "A unified Italy? Sovereign debt and investor scepticism".

This prize was awarded at the annual conference of the Economic History Society, which was held in Cambridge from 1 to 3 April.

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