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The AMF presents its 2021 Young Researcher Award in economics to Paul Karehnke
08 November 2021

The AMF presents its 2021 Young Researcher Award in economics to Paul Karehnke

The AMF launched the Young Researcher Award in 2015 to support academic research on topics related to regulation and the financial markets. This year the award goes to Paul Karehnke, Associate Professor of Finance at ESCP Business School.

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The Young Researcher Award in economics is awarded to Paul Karehnke by the AMF for all his work, and in particular his research on asset pricing and behavioural finance. The winner will officially receive his prize at the meeting of the AMF's Scientific Advisory Board in January 2022, when he will present his research work to the Board members.

The AMF Young Researcher Award is worth €5,000. It recognises and seeks to encourage the work of researchers aged under 35 on economic and financial topics of interest to the securities regulator.

Paul Karehnke's research focuses particularly on asset pricing, behavioural finance and decision theory. Before joining ESCP in 2018, he was a senior lecturer at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. He obtained a PhD in Finance from the University of Paris-Dauphine and the University of Tilburg in 2014.

Paul Karehnke's research work can be consulted on the following website:

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