The European Commission rewards professor Mulier the Prize for best policy-relevant paper in financial research for his paper with Olivier De Jonghe and Thorsten Beck on ‘Bank Sectoral Concentration and (Systemic) Risk’.
Alongside Jeroen, professors Sophie Manigart, Kristof Stouthuysen and Veroniek Collewaert also took part. Incidentally, Veroniek won the award last time,” says Research Manager Eva Cools. “The interuniversity jury were full of praise about the achievements of all the candidates. During the evaluation, not only do we assess how their achievements tie in with our research strategy, we also evaluate the balance between academic research, applied research and teaching innovation. In the end, they chose Jeroen Neckebrouck.”