Six CEPR Research Fellows awarded ERC Advanced Grants
The European Research Council has awarded Advanced Grants to six CEPR Research Fellows. Philippe Aghion, Botond Köszegi, Albert Marcet, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Carol Propper, and Xavier Vives were six of the 259 researchers awarded grants this year, “giving them a chance to realise their most creative ideas and potentially produce results that will have a major impact on science, society and the economy”.
The grants included:
- Philippe Aghion, Collège de France: Innovation, firm dynamics and growth: what do we learn from French firm-level data?
- Botond Köszegi, Central European University:Topics in Behavioral-Economics Theory
- Albert Marcet, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics: Asset Prices and Macro Policy when Agents Learn and are Heterogeneous
- Gianmarco Ottaviano, Bocconi University: From Micro to Macro: Aggregate Implications of Firm-Level Heterogeneity in International Trade
- Carol Propper, Imperial College: Empirical evidence on the impact of the labour market on the production of healthcare and health
- Xavier Vives, University of Navarra: Ownership, competition, innovation, and antitrust
The grants are part of the EU's Research and Innovation programme, Horizon 2020. The European Research Council, set up by the European Union in 2007, is the first European funding organisation for excellent frontier research. Every year, it selects and funds the very best, creative researchers of any nationality and age, to run projects based in Europe.
More information can be found here.