Acadia economist wins major award


Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress) named Burc Kayahan of Acadia University the winner of this year’s Kenneth J. Arrow Prize for Junior Economists for his article “The Impact of Aggregate and Sectoral Fluctuations on Training Decisions,” which was published in The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics and co-authored with Vincenzo Caponi (Ryerson University, IZA & RCEA) and Miana Plesca (University of Guelph).

Kayahan’s work was voted by economics experts from around the world as the best paper published in bepress economics journals in 2010 by a junior scholar. Named for renowned economist and Nobel laureate Kenneth J. Arrow, the Arrow Prizes are awarded annually to recognize outstanding contributions to the field.

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