Andreas Eisl awarded Leopold Scheidl Prize

February 14, 2017
© MPIfG / Dünkelmann

For his "Critique of the economic concept of resilience," Andreas Eisl has been awarded the Leopold Scheidl Prize for economic geography 2015 by the Austrian Geographical Society. In his MA thesis, Eisl analyzes explanatory factors for the resilience of economies in times of crisis. The 1,000 euro prize is awarded for excellent achievement in the area of economic geography. The awards ceremony took place in December 2016 in Vienna. Andreas Eisl is a doctoral researcher in the cotutelle program of the École doctorale de Sciences Po and MaxPo, both in Paris, and the IMPRS-SPCE in Cologne. He is currently spending the academic year at the MPIfG in Cologne.

Go to Editor View