Ruhr Graduate Student wins "Reinhard-Selten-Award 2009"
Jan Heufer of the Ruhr Graduate School in Economics and TU Dortmund has won the "Reinhard-Selten-Preis 2009". Verein für Socialpolitik, the professional Association of German speaking economists, conferred this prize for the third time as a "Young Author Best Paper-Award" at its Annual Meeting in Magdeburg in September 2009. The prize is endowed with 3000 Euros, one half of it going to Jan Heufer for his work on "Stochastic Revealed Preference and Rationalizability". Jan, who has just submitted his Thesis on "Revealed Preference Theory", had joined the Ruhr Graduate School from Viadrina University at Frankfurt (Oder) and is now an Assistant to Chair of the School`s director at TU Dortmund.
For further information, please contact: Dr. Stefan Rumpf (RGS Econ) Phone: +49 - 201- 8149-279
Jan Heufer (left) and Prof. Dr. Ronnie Schöb (FU Berlin), president of the admission committee.