The Council of the EAEPE would like to congratulate this year’s prize winners. The EAEPE Herbert Simon Young Scholar Award for the best paper by a young scholar is shared and goes to Glenn Lauren Moore (Leeds University Business School) as well as Mathilde Bauwin (Paris Dauphine). The EAEPE Myrdal Prize for the best book is also shared this year and goes to Andrew Cumbers (University of Glasgow) and Smita Srinivas (Columbia University, New York, and Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore). The EAEPE Kapp Prize for the best published paper goes to Angelo Fusari and the late Angelo Reati.Please take a look at our website for further details about the tremendous findings honoured by these awards.
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