These grants are intended for young university researchers who submit a research project, either individually or as a team, to be developed over a period of no more than one year and related to the financial sector. PhD graduates who have not yet turned 41 on November 30 of the year of application may apply for this grant.
The grant will have a maximum endowment of 12,000 euros, to develop the research project in the period of one year (January to December of the following year the grant request).
The applications and projects submitted will be evaluated by an Evaluation Commission, formed by academic and professional experts.
Below are the winners and the titles of the projects presented to date:
"Technological change, closing of banking offices and access to finance for SMEs", researcher responsible: Alfredo Martín Oliver.
"Probability of default and risk indicators in the european banking from a regulatory aproach",researcher responsible: Purificación Parrado Martínez, from the University of Jaén.
"Credit risk; comparative analysis of the measurement alternatives and industry effect”, researcher responsible: Isabel Abinzano Guillén, of the Public University of Navarra.
“Asset-liability correlated fragility in Banks”, Lead researcher: Filippo Ippolito, Pompeu Fabra University.
"Banking risk, regulation and credit for small and medium enterprises", lead researcher: Pablo Ruiz Verdú.
“The risk premium of sovereign debt and the solvency of the state: an analysis based on the real options approach”,Susana Alonso Bonís, researcher responsible.
“Market or accounting- based models? Examining what best predicts credit risk”, ", presented by Antonio Trujillo Ponce of Pablo de Olavide University.
“Concentration and banking efficiency in the new competitive environment”, Lead researcher: Sergio Sanfilippo of the University of Cantabria.
“Market Liquidity, ownership structure and corporate governance, a comparison between Spain and Italy”, Market Liquidity, ownership structure and corporate governance, a comparison between Spain and Italy.
“Determining the Default Barrier in Structural Credit Risk Models by Maximum Likelihood Estimation“, Lead researcher: Santiago Forte Arcos of the ESADE University.
“Two studies on price formation and provision of liquidity in the stock markets, with applications to the Spanish Stock Market Interconnection System (SIBE)”, Principal Researcher Roberto Pascual Gascó of the University of the Balearic Islands.
“The makeup of postmen in the Spanish investment funds”, Lead researcher: Luis Alfonso Vicente Gimeno, of the University of Zaragoza.
“The challenge of corporate governance in banking. Between the regulation, the property and the board of administration ”, Lead researcher: Pablo de Andrés Alonso of the University of Valladolid.