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Fischer Black Prize 2021 awarded to Matteo Maggiori

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Fischer Black Prize is awarded to promising young financial economists under age 40. It is the finance equivalent of John Bates Clark Medal given to economists under 40. Fischer Black Prize for 2021 is given to Prof Maateo Maggiori of Stanford Univ: Matteo Maggiori has been selected by the AFA to receive the 2021 Fischer Black Prize for an outstanding financial economist under age 40.  He is Associate Professor of Finance at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he has taught since 2019. Before joining Stanford, Matteo taught at Harvard University and New York University. His research topics have included the analysis of exchange rate dynamics, global capital flows, the international financial system, the role of the dollar as a reserve currency, tax havens, bubbles,

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Fischer Black Prize is awarded to promising young financial economists under age 40. It is the finance equivalent of John Bates Clark Medal given to economists under 40.

Fischer Black Prize for 2021 is given to Prof Maateo Maggiori of Stanford Univ:

Matteo Maggiori has been selected by the AFA to receive the 2021 Fischer Black Prize for an outstanding financial economist under age 40.  He is Associate Professor of Finance at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he has taught since 2019. Before joining Stanford, Matteo taught at Harvard University and New York University. His research topics have included the analysis of exchange rate dynamics, global capital flows, the international financial system, the role of the dollar as a reserve currency, tax havens, bubbles, expectations and portfolio investment, and very long-run discount rates.

He is Research Associate at the NBER in the Asset Pricing, Economics Fluctuation and Growth, International Finance, and Macroeconomics Programs. He is also Research Fellow at the CEPR. He currently serves as Associate Editor at the Journal of the European Economic Association and Associate Editor at the Journal of International Economics. He received his Ph.D. from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley in 2012.

He could have got the Clark Medal too as his work is so much about Macro.  Prof Maggiori’s page is here.

Amol Agrawal
I am currently pursuing my PhD in economics. I have work-ex of nearly 10 years with most of those years spent figuring economic research in Mumbai’s financial sector.

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