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Rob Feenstra has been awarded the Bernhard Harms prize

The prize, which is awarded every two years by the Kiel Institute, honors scholars with a distinguished career in the field of international economics. It includes a cash award of 25,000 Euro. In presenting the award to Professor Feenstra, theh president of the Kiel Institute remarked that "Robert Feenstra has contributed to the progress of international economics in many ways: he contributed to the theory, he developed new empirical methods, he created a superb database for international trade, he published important empirical studies with high relevance for economic policy, he set a new standard in teaching international trade at an advanced level and he supported other researchers in the field through organizing first-class networks and review processes."