The paper “Linking net foreign portfolio debt and equity to exchange rate movements”, by PhD student Malin Gardberg has been selected one of the two best papers of the 5th SUERF (The European Money and Finance Forum)/UniCredit & Universities Prize.
As winner of this competition, Malin has been invited to present her paper at SUERF/UniCredit & Universities Foundation Workshop to be held at Vienna University of Economics and Business on January 25, 2018.
Malin Gardberg is an alumnus of the TI MPhil program (2015) and currently a PhD candidate at Erasmus School of Economics, under the supervision of fellows Lorenzo Pozzi and Casper de Vries. Malin is one of our job market candidates.
About the prize
The SUERF/UniCredit & Universities Foundation Research Prize is open to authors and co-authors who are citizens or residents/students in the EEA, Switzerland, and other countries in which UniCredit is present and born after 30 September 1982. Prizes of €2.500 gross will be awarded to up to two outstanding papers on topics related to “Current and future topics in sovereign debt markets”.