Top Finance Graduate Award 2013 in pictures
Top Finance Graduate Award 2013
Center for Financial Frictions and the Department of Finance hosted the first of the annual Top Finance Graduate Award that recognizes the world's best PhD graduates in Finance.
From left to right: Lasse Heje Pedersen (CBS), Timothy J. McQuade (Harvard), Marina Niessner (Chigaco), Lars Rohde (Danmarks Nationalbank), Gabriel Chodorow-Reich (Berkely), Felipe Varas (Stanford), Jean-Noël Barrot (HEC), David Lando (CBS). Fotograf: Anders Meldgård Kjemtrup
This year's winners were:
Jean-Noël Barrot, PhD from HEC Paris School of Management
Gabriel Chodorow-Reich, PhD from University of California, Berkeley
Timothy J. McQuade, PhD from Harvard University
Marina Niessner, PhD from University of Chicago
Felipe Varas, PhD from Stanford Graduate School of Business
The winners were selected by a Award Selection Committee who conducts an independent search for candidates.
Award Selection Committee
Nicholas Barberis, Yale University, School of Management
Patrick Bolton, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business and Department of Economics
John Campbell, Harvard University, Department of Economics
Darrell Duffie, Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
Toby Moskowitz, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Lasse H. Pedersen (chair), Copenhagen Business School and New York University
The winners presented their current research during the full-day program.
Timothy J. McQuade
Lars Rohde, Chairman of the Board of Governors of Danmarks Nationalbank presented the award to the winners, below with Marina Niessner.
Social event for the winners
The winners were invited for a social event including a kayaking experience and a traditional Danish lunch.
About Top Finance Graduate Award
|The Top Finance Graduate Award recognizes the best PhD graduates specializing in financial economics and pursuing degrees in any field of study, e.g. business or economics, whose dissertation and broader research potential carry the greatest promise of making an impact on the finance practice and academia.|