EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize 2019
Karsten Köhler (Cohort 2016)
King’s College, London
PhD (2019), Lecturer in International Political Economy
For the second time, an EPOG alumnus receives the prestigious EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize. For the 2019 edition, the prize goes to Karsten Köhler (Cohort 2016) for his article “Finance-driven business cycles in emerging markets? An empirical assessment of minskyan endogenous cycle approaches”. Congratulations to him!
Karsten studied Political Economy, International Economics and Economics & International Finance at Kingston University , Berlin School of Economics and Law and University Paris 13. He pursued a PhD at Kingston University on the role of flexible exchange rates in emerging market business cycles. Prior to joining King’s in September 2019, he taught quantitative methods at SOAS and Goldsmiths.
In 2015, the prize has already been won by Glenn Lauren Moore (Cohort 2015) for her article “What has caused recent escalating household debt in OECD countries? Property price booms or inequality?”.