Fluck named Davidson Institute Research Fellow

Publish Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2003

Eli Broad College of Business Associate Professor of Finance Zsuzsanna Fluck was recently invited to be a William Davidson Institute Research Fellow, one of a group of over 150 renowned senior and promising young researchers who are dedicated to developing and disseminating expertise on transition and emerging market economies. Housed at the University of Michigan Business School, the Davidson Institute has invited Fluck to participate for a three-year term that began last month. She will be involved in conferences, workshops, data collection, research projects and other activities organized by the Institute. Fluck's pre-publication research will also be disseminated by the Institute, which will greatly enhance the visibility of her work. Fluck received her M.A. and PhD in Economics from Princeton University and her M.A. in Economics and her PhD in Operations Research from the Budapest School of Economics. Before attending Princeton, she was the chief economist for the National Development Bank in Budapest, Hungary, and her papers are frequently on the program at various national and international conferences, meetings and research seminars. She also provides consulting services to corporations and financial institutions specializing in security design, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance issues.

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