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ESHET grants


2013 Winners for the Young Scholars Seminar

17th ESHET Conference - Economic Theory and Business Practice - Kingston University, London, 16 - 18 May 2013

The ESHET Officers considered 24 papers for a grant to attend the Young Scholars Seminar at the 17th ESHET Conference in Kingston, London.

Congratulations to the authors of the following six papers, who received the grant:


1. Ariel Dvoskin, University of Siena, Italy:
An unpleasant dilemma for contemporary general equilibrium theory
 

2. Marek Hudík, University of Prague, Czech Republic:
Early Models of Reference-Dependent Utility: Samuelson and Bernardelli
 

3. Robert Jump, University of Kent, UK:
A Note on Wicksell's Cumulative Process
 

4. Lionel Rischmann, University of Strasbourg, France:
Money, investment and business cycle in Keynes's early writings


5. Andrej Svorencik, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands:
The First Price Auction Controversy


6. Alex M. Thomas, University of Sydney, Australia:
Consumption and Activity Levels in Cantillon’s Essai

 

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