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‘Distinguished’ research

Dr Marion Boisseau-Sierra of Cambridge Judge Business School awarded “Young Researcher” Prize by the Dauphine Foundation of Paris Dauphine University for her thesis on public debt accounting.

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Marion Boisseau-Sierra.
Dr Marion Boisseau-Sierra

The Dauphine Foundation, part of Paris Dauphine University, honoured Dr Marion Boisseau-Sierra, University Lecturer in Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, as one of its six “Young Researcher” Prize winners.

The award honours the university’s doctoral graduates who “distinguished themselves by the quality of their work” in order to encourage Dauphine’s alumni who engage in research work. Through the support of the financial advisory firm Accuracy, each winner received a grant of 2,000 euros and a trophy.

Marion, who earned a PhD in Accounting and Finance at Paris Dauphine, was honoured for the dissertation thesis “Three essays on public sector debt accounting”. Others honoured this year were two mathematicians, two computer scientists, and one other business-related researcher.