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THE OEDF THESIS PRIZE

One of the European Centre for Financial Law’s key objectives is to promote future researchers

Inaugurated in 2019, the European Centre for Financial Law Prize rewards an original, in-depth research project on a finance-related theme, representing a significant doctrinal contribution which enables a better understanding of the theoretical aspects and practical issues of the subject tackled

It therefore seeks to inform public and private decision makers about research activities in financial law, and to advance the public debate around topical financial issues

Presented every two years, the Prize comes with an award of twenty thousand euros (€20,000)

The Prize also gives rise to the publication of the thesis at Editions IRJS, as well as the publication of a theoretical critique of the thesis by a member of the jury in the journal RTDF

The Prize is awarded by a panel composed of renowned academics and is handed over by a figure from the law and finance sector at a special ceremony

The chair of the 2020 panel is Mr. Christian de Boissieu (Paris 1 and College of Europe)

The 2020 panel is also composed of lecturers Dominique Guégan (Paris 1), Alain Pietrancosta (Paris 1) and Jean-Paul Laurent (Paris 1)

Nominations for the 2020 edition of the Prize will be open from 15 February 2020 to 15 June 2020.

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THE OEDF ARTICLE PRIZE

One of the European Centre for Financial Law’s key objectives is to promote future researchers

Inaugurated in 2019, the European Centre for Financial Law Prize rewards an original, in-depth research article on a finance-related theme, representing a significant doctrinal contribution which enables a better understanding of the theoretical aspects and practical issues of the subject tackled

It therefore seeks to promote young talents, making them known to the general public, and expose their work to the academic world by publishing it in prestigious journals

Presented every year, the Prize comes with an award of one thousand euros (€1,000)

The best articles will be published on the www.oedf.eu and in the RTDF review

The Prize is awarded by a panel composed of renowned academics and is handed over by a figure from the law and finance sector at a special ceremony

The chair of the 2020 panel is Mrs Isabelle Riassetto (University of Luxembourg)

The 2020 panel is also composed of lecturers Mrs. Anastasia Soutiropoulou (Paris 1), Hubert de Vauplane (Sciences Po Paris), Alain Pietrancosta (Paris 1) and Arnaud Reygrobellet (Université Paris Nanterre)

Nominations for the 2020 edition of the Prize will be open from 15 March 2020 to 20 June 2020.

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THE OEDF DISSERTATION PRIZE

One of the European Centre for Financial Law’s key objectives is to promote future researchers

Inaugurated in 2019, the European Centre for Financial Law Prize rewards an original, in-depth research dissertation on a finance-related theme, representing a significant doctrinal contribution which enables a better understanding of the theoretical aspects and practical issues of the subject tackled

It therefore seeks to promote the training received in the Research Master's degree in financial law, and to encourage students to continue their thesis work

Presented every year, the Prize comes with an award of one thousand euros (€1,000)

The best articles will be published on the www.oedf.eu and in the RTDF review

The Prize is awarded by a panel composed of renowned academics and is handed over by a figure from the law and finance sector at a special ceremony

The chair of the 2020 panel is Mr. Bruno Deffains (Université Paris 2 Panthéon Assas)

The 2020 panel is also composed of lecturers Mrs. Anne-Claire Rouaud (Paris 1), Mr. Alain Couret (Paris 1), Thierry Granier (Aix-Marseille) and Alain Pietrancosta (Paris 1)

Nominations for the 2020 edition of the Prize will be open from 15 March 2020 to 20 June 2020