Sturm & Drang Prize

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Sturm & Drang Prize 2020: Call for Submissions

Dear (Junior-)Colleagues,

Since 2012, the "Sturm & Drang Prize" has been awarded for the best publication by a young researcher of the Faculty of Economics and Business. Outstanding publications are crucial for an academic career. This prize is given in recognition of outstanding research by young academics, and provides them with a public platform for presenting their research results.

The "Sturm & Drang Prize" comes with EUR 1,500 in prize money. Please submit your application (published paper, consent of co-authors) to Prof. Thomas Otter in his role as Vice Dean for Research: otter[at]marketing.uni-frankfurt[dot]de

Unpublished work for which there is a letter of acceptance from a publisher will also be considered, as will co-authored work. Closing date for applications: August 31, 2020.

The winner must be a member of Goethe University Frankfurt at the time of submission and the Dies Academicus.

Good luck!

Winner 2019

Jun.-Prof. Simone Wies, Ph.D. was awarded the "Sturm & Drang Prize" 2019  for her publication “Can Advertising Investments Counter the Negative Impact of Shareholder Complaints on Firm Value?”. The paper was co-authored with Jaakko Aspara, Arvid Hoffmann and Joost Pennings. 

For more information about the winner, please click here.
Laudatory speech by Prof. Dr. Bernd Skiera
Link to the publication

Jury

Prof. Dr. Alexander Hillert
Prof. Dr. Thomas Otter
Prof. Dr. Maik Schmeling
Prof. Dr. Bernd Skiera

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Previous Winners

2018

Dr. Tobin Hanspal  "Once bitten, twice shy: The power of personal experiences in risk taking". (co-authors: Steffen Andersen, Kasper Meisner Nielsen)

For more information about the winner, please click here.
Laudatory speech
Link to the publication

Jury

Prof. Guido Friebel, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Oliver Hinz
Prof. Dr. Thomas Otter


2017

Dr. Florian Hett “Bank Rescues and Bailout Expectations: The Erosion of Market Discipline During the Financial Crisis” (co-author Alexander Schmidt).

For more information about the winner, please click here.
Laudatory speech by Prof. Roman Inderst
Link to the publication


Jury

Prof. Dr. Roman Inderst
Prof. Dr. Christian Schlag
Prof. Dr. Thomas Otter


2016

Andrej Gill was awarded the 2016 “Sturm & Drang Prize” for his publication “Incentive-based capital requirements” (co-author: Christian Eufinger). 

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Laudatory speech by Prof. Roman Inderst 

Link to the publication

 

Jury

Prof. Dr. Roman Inderst
Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld
Prof. Matthias Schuendeln, Ph.D.


2015

André Gröger was awarded the 2015 "Sturm & Drang Prize" for his publication "Internal Labor Migration as a Shock Coping Strategy: Evidence from a Typhoon" (co-author: Yanos Zylberberg). 

More information about the winner.
Laudatory speech by Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld (German; abridged)
Link to the publication

Jury

Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld
Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen


2014

Ctirad Slavik: “Machines, buildings, and optimal dynamic taxes” (co-author: Hakki Yazici), Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 66, 2014, 47–61.

Link to the publication

Laudatory speech by Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld (German)

Jury

 

Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld
Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen


2013

Dr. Shafik Hebous: “Estimating the Effects of Coordinated Fiscal Actions in the Euro Area”, European Economic Review, Vol. 58, 2013, 110-121 (co-author: Tom Zimmermann).

Link to the publication

Laudatory speech by Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Ph.D. (German)

Jury

 

Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld
Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Helmut Gründl


2012

Adrian Buss and Grigory Vilkov: “Measuring Equity Risk with Option-Implied Correlations”, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 25, 2012, 3113-3140.

Link to the publication

Jury

 

Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld
Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen

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