In the 25th EBES Conference – Berlin, the best paper award went to
“Empirical Evidence on the Market Power, Business Model, Banking Stability and Performance in the Emerging Economies” by Oktofa Yudha Sudrajad and Georges Hubner from HEC-University of Liege, Belgium.
We would like to thank to Professor John Rust from Georgetown University for his generous support to the Best Paper Award.
Runner-up paper is “Poverty, Competition, Democracy and ownership: a General Equilibrium Model with Vertical Preferences” by Amani Kahloul from Université de Sousse, Tunisia; Rim Lahmandi-Ayed from Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie, Tunisia; and Hejer Lasram from CBS-Tunis Carthage University, Tunisia.
Third paper is “Why do Firms leave the Top Equity Market Segment? Evidence from Family and Non-Family Firms in Germany” by Wolfgang Bessler and Marco Vendrasco from Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany and by Johannes Beyenbach and Marc Steffen Rapp from Philipps University Marburg, Germany.