Hortense Jongen wins dissertation prize during Dies Natalis

During the annual Dies Natalis Hortense Jongen was awarded with the Dissertation Prize 2018. Each year UM awards a prize for the best thesis that was defended in that calendar year. The faculty deans nominated five theses. Jongen won with her thesis entitled ‘Combating Corruption the Soft Way: The Authority of Peer Reviews in the Global Fight against Graft.’

This dissertation examines the authority of evaluation mechanisms, known as peer reviews, in the global fight against corruption. The jury praised Jongen for her outstanding dissertation. ‘A bright academic future is ahead of her’, the jury stated.

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