Universität Bonn

Department of Economics / BGSE

Bonn Graduate Philipp Strack wins Clark Medal

Economist Philipp Strack, who is a University of Bonn graduate and additionally took his doctorate at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics, has received the John Bates Clark Medal—considered the second most prestigious award in the field of economics after the Nobel Prize. The medal is awarded by the American Economic Association (AEA) to economists under age forty living in the United States who have made significant scholarly and research contributions in the field of economics.

Save The Date: The Manchot Lecture with Dirk Bergemann on November 5th, 2024

The annual Manchot Lecture, featuring Dirk Bergemann, is scheduled to take place on November 5th, 2024, starting at 16:00 at the Universitätsclub Bonn. This event, open to the public, welcomes all individuals interested in contemporary economics research. Further details will be announced in due course.

Bergemann's research is in the area of game theory, contract theory, venture capital, and market design. His most recent work is in the area of auction and information design. His research is supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, the Knight Foundation, the Omidyar Network and Google.

(excerpt taken from https://economics.yale.edu/people/dirk-bergemann)

Winter holidays

The BGSE office will be closed for the holidays from December 20th to January 3rd. Happy holidays and best wishes for a healthy and peaceful new year!

BGSE application period starts December, 2023

The Bonn Graduate School of Economics invites qualified students to apply for admission of the combined MSc/PhD program. Interested students with a bachelor's or master's degree in economics or related disciplines are welcome to hand in their documents until March 15, 2024. There is an early admission round for complete applications handed in before January 15.

Job Market Candidates 2023/24

These are the Job Market Candidates for 2023/24 of the Department of Economics.

Manchot Lecture: Climate Policy: Another Case for “Whatever it Takes”? delivered by Prof. Per Krusell

We're excited to unveil the topic of this year's Manchot Lecture — Climate Policy: Another Case for 'Whatever it Takes'?

BGSE Graduates Axel Niemeyer and Luca Henkel

Congratulations! Axel Niemeyer and Luca Henkel graduated from Bonn Graduate School of Economics.

Hanna Schwank receives Reinhard Selten Award 2023

Hanna Schwank, Assistant Professor of Economic History at the Department of Economics in Bonn, receives the Reinhard Selten Award of the Verein für Socialpolitik. The prize is endowed with 3,000 euros. It is awarded to young researchers whose work is distinguished by its originality, the significance of the research question and a sound methodology. The award ceremony took place on 24 September during the annual meeting of the VfS in Regensburg.

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