SSE Riga students take all awards at the Bank of Latvia’s Student Scientific Research Paper Competition 2020
On 19 June, the winners of the 18th annual competition of students' scientific research papers received their awards at Latvijas Banka. This is an annual competition and SSE Riga students are frequent winners in this competition, this year was no exception and our students are continuing the success we have had in past years.
First prize not awarded
Sorina-Sofia Solonaru and Iuliana Tornea
"You Get What You Pay For! Evidence on How Research Unbundling Under MiFID II Impacts the Quality of Stock Analyst Forecasts"
Krišjānis Oskerko un Toms Henšelis
"Returns to Skills in Latvia: What Can We Learn From Job Adverts?"
Andrejs Migunovs and Romāns Vereteņņikovs
"A View from Outer Space: Nighttime Light Intensity and Economic Activity in the Baltic municipalities
Dana Koniševska and Galina Pozdnyakova
"Signal or Noise: the Effect of iShares Ownership on the Volatility of the Underlying Stocks During Market Turmoil"
Daria Orz and Oļegs Skripņiks
"Financial Support for Party Supporters? How Politics Influence the Amount of Government Transfers Received by Latvian Municipalities" You Get What You Pay For! Evidence on How Research Unbundling Under MiFID II Impacts the Quality of Stock Analyst Forecasts"
Congratulations to the authors and supervisors!
23 papers were submitted to the competition this year by 40 students representing 7 universities.