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Robert Feenstra will be awarded the Bernhard Harms Prize of the Kiel Institute for World Economics for 2006.

The Prize, which is named after the founder of the Kiel Institute, is awarded every two years to outstanding economists in the field of international economic research, and is endowed with an amount of 25,000 €. In 2004 the Prize was awarded to Professor Maurice Obstfeld from the University of California at Berkeley. Other previous prize winners includes Stanley Fischer, Jeffrey Sachs, Elhanan Helpman, Assar Lindbeck, Martin Feldstein, Rudiger Dornbusch, Anne O. Krueger, and Jagdish Bhagwati.
The award ceremony will take place at the Kiel Institute and will be combined with a four-day research and teaching stay at the Institute, in September 2006.