EMSSE - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree and scholarships
  • EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize 2019

    Karsten KOHLER

    Karsten Köhler (Cohort 2016)

    King’s Col­lege, Lon­don
    PhD (2019), Lec­tur­er in Inter­na­tion­al Polit­i­cal Economy 

    For the sec­ond time, an EPOG alum­nus receives the pres­ti­gious EAEPE-Simon Young Schol­ar Prize. For the 2019 edi­tion, the prize goes to Karsten Köh­ler (Cohort 2016) for his arti­cle “Finance-dri­ven busi­ness cycles in emerg­ing mar­kets? An empir­i­cal assess­ment of min­skyan endoge­nous cycle approach­es”. Con­grat­u­la­tions to him! 

    Karsten stud­ied Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my, Inter­na­tion­al Eco­nom­ics and Eco­nom­ics & Inter­na­tion­al Finance at Kingston Uni­ver­si­ty , Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law and Uni­ver­si­ty Paris 13. He pur­sued a PhD at Kingston Uni­ver­si­ty on the role of flex­i­ble exchange rates in emerg­ing mar­ket busi­ness cycles. Pri­or to join­ing King’s in Sep­tem­ber 2019, he taught quan­ti­ta­tive meth­ods at SOAS and Goldsmiths.

    Web­page: www.kcl.ac.uk/people/karsten-kohler

    In 2015, the prize has already been won by Glenn Lau­ren Moore (Cohort 2015) for her arti­cle “What has caused recent esca­lat­ing house­hold debt in OECD coun­tries? Prop­er­ty price booms or inequality?”.