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Wiley Prize in Economics awarded to Professor James Fenske, Warwick University

  • Published Date: 30 September 2016

Professor James Fenske, Warwick University has been named by the British Academy and Wiley as the winner of the 2015 Wiley Prize, awarded for academic excellence in the field of economics. The prize arises from the commitment of both the British Academy and Wiley Blackwell to foster the highest quality research to recognize an outstanding contribution in economics, including economic history, by an early career researcher.

This annual prize is sponsored by Wiley and is worth £5,000. 

FREE access to James Fenske's article Does Land Abundance Explain African Institutions? published in
The Economic Journal

Click here for more information on the Wiley Prize in Economics.

Source: RES Office, Amanda Wilman

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