In April €-coin again fell slightly, to 0.28 from 0.34 in March, reaching levels similar to those recorded last year in March.
The Erwin Plein Nemmers Prize is awarded biennially by the Northwestern University. The winner is awarded a $200,000 stipend for their contribution to economics.
CEPR is looking to recruit a dynamic, dedicated individual with an interest in cutting-edge, policy-relevant research in development economics for a full-time Research Officer position within its Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL) programme.
In March €-coin fell to 0.34, from 0.47 in February, the lowest level since last April.
The Birgit Grodal Award is given annually to a European-based female economist who has made a significant contribution to the Economics profession.
The €-coin indicator remained fairly stable at high levels in February (0.47 compared with 0.48 in January) after three consecutive increases.
Charles Wyplosz, Director of the International Center for Money and Banking Studies, has been appointed CEPR Policy Director
€-coin recorded a slight increase in January (to 0.48 from 0.45 in December), confirming the positive trend resumed in November 2015.
CEPR’s President, Professor Richard Portes, has been appointed Vice-Chair of the European Systemic Risk Board’s (ESRB) Advisory Scientific Committee and will take over as Chair in 2017.
David Miles, a CEPR Trustee and a Research Fellow in CEPR’s Financial Economics and Public Economics programmes, has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the New Year honours list.