Grants and awards recently awarded to ACLE research members
- Davide Grossi was awarded the NIAS-Lorentz Theme Group Fellowship (€12.500) for the academic year 2022–2023 at NIAS-KNAW. NIAS Fellowships are awarded to outstanding scholars in the humanities and the social sciences, artists, writers and journalists, to carry out advanced research during a period of 5 or 10 months. Read more about these fellowships here.
- In 2022, Maryam Malakotipour was awarded a shared prize – with Roberto Tallarita – for the best paper of the year at Bocconi-Oxford Junior Scholars Network Workshops in Corporate Law for the paper entitled “Trade-off between Secured Creditor Protection and Unsecured Bondholder Protection: "Microeconomics and Financial Stability Analyses”.
- In 2022, Maryam Malakotipour was awarded the Silver Medal from the International Insolvency Institute for her paper on “Reorganization: a system of all for one?”
- Davide Grossi, Alessio Pacces, Xinyi Wang, and Andrea Titton were awarded a grant (of €10.500) by A Sustainable Future for a project titled “An NLP analysis of institutional investor’s stance towards environmental sustainability” (2022-2023).
- Edoardo Martino and Oscar Soons were awarded a grant (of €10.800) by A Sustainable Future for a project titled “Banks’ dividend payout and financial resilience. Long-term trends and efficient regulation” (2022-2023).
- Giuseppe Dari Mattiacci, Davide Grossi, and Spyros Terovitis were awarded a UvA Fair & Resilient Society Seed Grant 2022 (of €14.218) for their research project "De-polarization through Deliberation".
- Alessio Pacces was awarded a grant by the Amsterdam University Fund (€60.000) to fund part of a research project on “The Societal Role of Corporations” (2021-2024).
- Alessio Pacces was awarded a grant by the Edwin Bouwfonds (€47.500) to fund part of a research project on “Historic Analysis on the Role of Corporations in Society” (2021-2024).
- Davide Grossi, Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci and Alessio Pacces were awarded a grant (of €27.000) by UvA RPA Human(e) AI seed funding. This grant is funding a research project on “Collective Decisions in Law and Economics: A Computational Perspective” (2020-2021).
Grants previously awarded to ACLE