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Professor Andreas Hoepner

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Andreas Hoepner

Full Professor
School of Business
University College Dublin, School of Business

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

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EXPERT WITNESS
EU's Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance
1 Jun 2018
http://www.ucd.ie/newsandopinion/news/2018/june/14/ucdprofessorappointedtoeuexpertgrouptaskedwithdevelopinggreenfinancialsystem/
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
Vinnova Grant (Sweden) for research on greening the financial sector [Value: SEK 1,950,000; with SSE]
2017
E. Sj�str�m [Stockholm School of Economics]: February 2017 - January 2019
JOURNAL/SERIES EDITED
Special Issue Co-Editor 'Econometrics and Financial Data Science' in The European Journal of Finance
2017
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
Mistra Grant (Sweden) for research on financial systems [Value: SEK 30,000,000; with SSE, KTH, KVA & Vienna School]
2016
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
2016 Best Paper Award (Corporate Finance), 3rd Young Finance Scholars conference (with Huang et al.)
2016
with G. Alexandridis, Z. Huang and I. Oikomonou [all ICMA Centre])
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
European Union Climate-KIC grant for research into Climate Impact Fund ratings to pave the way for a 2�economy - CLIMPAX [Value: EUR 1,322,870; with CDP, Southpole, UHH]
2015
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
2015 PRI / Sycomore AM Award for Best Quantitative Paper 2015 (with Adamsson)
2015
with H. Adamsson [ICMA Centre]
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
International Finance Corporation (IFC) grant for a feasibility study on the Natural Capital Declaration [Value: $ 40,000; with SVL]
2013
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
European Union Climate-KIC grant for research into the relationship between greenhouse gas emissions, societal awareness and investment decision making [Value: EUR 200,000; with Southpole, SVL, UHH]
2013
A. Bassen [Hamburg], D. Borth [SVL] M. Horster [Southpole]): April 2013 - March 2014
PERSONAL AWARD, PRIZE, HONOUR
Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW, Germany) grant for research in the relationship between ESG criteria, sin industries and credit cost [Value: EUR 150,000; with ICMA & Groningen]
2012
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