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ICFR Research Prize 2010 - Winning Essay


We are pleased to announce that Professor Hyun Song Shin of Princeton has been awarded the ICFR - Financial Times Research Prize 2010.

The theme of the 2010 prize was the “The Future of the G20 and Financial Regulation”, and Professor Shin’s paper was entitled “Macroprudential Policies Beyond Basel III".

In a blind judging process, the judging panel picked Professor Shin’s entry, noting its strong analysis of the need for effective macroprudential progress by the G20 to bolster a Basel III accord that is almost entirely microprudential in character.  

Hyun Song Shin is the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University.  He has been a senior adviser to Korean President Lee Myung-bak on the international economy, and played a key role in the Seoul G20 meeting in November.
 

Winning Essay    

 Click here to read Hyun Song Shin's essay    
 Click here to read Hyun Song Shin's bio     

Runners-Up    

 Download Patrick Bolton, Hamid Mehran and Joel D. Shapiro's essay       
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Further Information   

 For more information on this year's winner and to read the press release, click here        
 View more information about 2009's winner and runners-up.
 ICFR/Financial Times 2010 Research Prize press coverage      
 

ICFR - Financial Times Research Prize 2011 

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Further Information   

 View more information about 2009's winner and runners-up.

 Read the press release  

 ICFR/Financial Times 2010 Research Prize press coverage          
 

Best Research Prize Submissions     

 View a selection of our best Research Prize submissions