Sir Anthony Atkinson (Oxford and the LSE) and Benjamin Moll (Princeton University) are the winners of the 2015 EIB Prize
The 15 selected proposals for the 2016 Social Innovation Tournament have just been announced!
Chiara Bugatti, Astrid Myntekaer, Johan Österholm and Cooking Sections -Daniel Fernàndez Pascual and Alon Schwabe- were selected for the Artists’ Development Programme 2016.
Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna from Pisa (Italy) won the EIBURS research grant 2015 on How can larger organisations also be innovative organisations.
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