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The 6 winners of the AQR Top Finance Graduate Award at CBS 2016 visited CBS Monday May 31, 2016 - see the event in pictures here

 

Receiving the AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2016

The winners of the AQR Top Finance Graduate Award at CBS 2016 with organizers
Winners AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2016
Asaf Bernstein, PhD from MIT Sloan School of Management, receives the 2016 award
Asaf Bernstein receives award 2016
Arpit Gupta, PhD from Columbia Business School, receives the 2016 award
Arpit Gupta receives award 2016
Elisabeth Kempf, PhD from Tilburg University, receives the 2016 award
Elisabeth Kempf receives award 2016
Song Ma, PhD from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, receives the 2016 award
Song Ma receives award 2016
David Schoenherr, PhD from London Business School, receives the 2016 award
David Schoenherr receives award 2016
Michael Schwert, PhD from Stanford Graduate School of Business, receives the 2016 award
Michael Schwert receives award 2016
06/03/2016

CBS hosted the ‘AQR Top Finance Graduate Award at CBS’ on Monday May 31, 2016 and the 6 winners were in Copenhagen to present their research. This is the fourth time the award is presented to the best of the upcoming crop of PhD graduates within the field of financial economics. See the event in pictures here.

Listening to the research talks
Roll-up AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2016
At the event listening to the research talks.

The program
Programs AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2016

Find the full program and the job market papers here.

Coffee break
Coffee break AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2016

Talking with the winners and organizers in the coffee break

At the award ceremony
Winners AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2016_2

The winners have received their awards and are listening to the final remarks by the organizers.
From left to right: Lasse Heje Pedersen, Michael Schwert, Arpit Gupta, David Schoenherr, Elisabeth Kempf, Song Ma, Asaf Bernstein. (Photo: Esben Zøllner Olesen)
 

 

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