DB Prize News
India's Chief Economic Adviser Raghuram G. Rajan: "You can't postpone social development forever"
"We need debt relief" – The keenness on cheap credits has caused the recent crisis
Raghuram Rajan about the extremes of monetary policy, holistic financial market regulation and the potential of India
Chicago Booth professor receives prize for highly influential contributions in a remarkably broad range of areas in financial economics
Today the US economist Kenneth Rogoff receives the Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics 2011, which carries an endowment of €50,000.
The first Jury session on Sep. 16, 2010 signaled the start of the award proceedings for the DB Prize 2011. More than 3,800 professors from 60 countries are able to propose nominees for the prize online between Sep. 20 and Nov....
Press Information: Award Ceremony and Symposium (english)