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Previous MACIE award winners

Marinell Falcón received the MACIE award in 2020 for her master thesis "Acquisition of startups by digital firms and merger policy"

Pierre Lauscher received the MACIE award in 2020 for his bachelor's thesis "Welchen Einfluss hat die empirische Wirtschaftsforschung auf die Bankenregulierung?".

Max Burger received the MACIE award in 2019 for his master thesis: "Confirmation Bias-An Evaluation of the Impact of Prior Beliefs on Information Assessment and Decision Making"

Marius Kinski received the MACIE award in 2019 for his master thesis "Decision Making in Complex Adaptive Systems

Cat Lam Pham: received the MACIE award in 2019 for his master thesis "Primary Behaviour and Settlement Bargaining: The Role of Fairness Concerns

Tobias Ritter received the MACIE award of MGOW in 2019 for his bachelor thesis "Social Environment of Households and its Impact on Financial Decision-Making

Michelle Schlosser received the MACIE award of MGOW in 2019 for her master thesis "Governance Sentiment Score: A Crowd-based Approach to Measure Corporate Governance Quality“

Rebecca Lee Emilie Dietrich received the MACIE award in 2018 for her bachelor thesis "Incentives for Researchers: A Game-Theoretic Analysis of Scientific Misconduct". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V

Milena Ostrower, M.Sc. Economics & Institutions received the MACIE award in 2017 for her master thesis "Equity rules in climate negotiations". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V.

Ganna Kucher, M.Sc. Economics & Institutions, received the MACIE award  in 2017 for her master thesis "Trade effects of tariff reduction: The case of Ukraine". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V.

Patrick Betz, B.Sc. Economics, received the MACIE award in 2016 for his bachelor thesis "Korruption, Wachstum und institutionelle Qualität". The award was supported by the Doris und Dr. Michael Hagemann-Stiftung.

Steffen Güttler, M.A. Europe: Integration and Globalization, received the MACIE award in 2016 for his master thesis "Informelles Lobbying auf EU-Ebene: Verzerren Interessengruppen Entscheidungen oder liefern sie wertvolle Information?". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V.

Iulia Udoieva, M.Sc. Business Administration, received the MACIE award in 2014 for her master thesis "R&D investments and corporate governance: An empirical analysis". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V. and the Doris and Dr. Michael Hagemann-Stiftung.

Nicolas Pardo, M.Sc. Economics & Institutions, received the MACIE award in 2013 for his master thesis "The Political Economy of Grant Allocations: Evidence from Columbia". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V. and the Doris and Dr. Michael Hagemann-Stiftung.

André Dahlinger, B.Sc. Economics, received the MACIE award in 2013 for his bachelor thesis "Modellierung von Emotionen in der Ökonomie am Beispiel von Turnieren". The award was supported by the MGOW e.V. and the Doris and Dr. Michael Hagemann-Stiftung.