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Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)

It was announced today that Professor Jeremy Green, professor of political economy in the Department of Politics and International Studies, has been awarded a Junior J M Keynes Fellowship in Financial Economics.

The J M Keynes Fellowships Fund was established by the University of Cambridge in 2010 to support Fellows undertaking research in the areas of finance, financial institutions, financial markets, and their relationship with microeconomic behaviour and macro-economic performance, including public policy issues relating to financial markets, and, for encouraging collaboration between cognate Faculties and Departments.

The holders of Fellowships are drawn from a wide range of experience and expertise, encompassing both researchers of exceptional promise and established scholars, creating an exciting and dynamic Fellowship. The purpose of the Fellowship is to further interdisciplinary research and study in the general area of financial economics, on the basis of a proposal approved by the Managers at the time of election.

When asked about the award, Professor Green said, 'I am delighted to have been awarded a J M Keynes Fellowship in Financial Economics and would like to thank the Fund Managers for supporting my research. I look forward to developing my interdisciplinary project on the ecological entanglements of the international monetary order and benefiting from dialogue with scholars working across the University'.

All of us in POLIS would like to congratulate Professor Green on this award and wish him all the best in his ongoing research.