Hortense Jongen wins dissertation prize during Dies Natalis

During the annual Dies Natalis Hortense Jongen was awarded with the Dissertation Prize 2018.ย 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.โ€™

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. โ€˜A bright academic future is ahead of herโ€™, the jury stated.

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