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Mathematical economist, Cars Hommes, Professor of Economic Dynamics at the University of Amsterdam, wins the sixth Distinguished Lorentz Prize.

The Distinguished Lorentz Prize and Fellowship are awarded to eminent researchers whose research is interdisciplinary, socially relevant and bridges the gap between the Humanities, the Social Sciences and Natural Sciences. The Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship, Prize and workshop are part of the NIAS-Lorentz Program - a collaboration between the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS, Wassenaar) and the Lorentz Center (Leiden). During his ten-month fellowship Cars Hommes will investigate predictive models of economic behaviour.

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