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Gregor Boehl, a researcher with the University of Amsterdam’s Center for Nonlinear Dynamics in Economics and Finance (CeNDEF), recently won the Society of Computational Economics (SCE) Student Prize.

Boehl received the award for his paper Monetary Policy and Speculative Stock Markets, along with a cash prize of €1,500.
The Society of Computational Economics annually solicits outstanding papers from graduate students. The subject matter of the paper must have a strong computational component in any branch of economics, finance, and decision making.
Boehl's paper can be viewed at the link below.

Monetary Policy and Speculative Stock Markets

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