Academician of RACEF
Prof. Constantin Zopounidis has been elected as to the prestigious The Real Academia de Ciencias Económicas y Financieras (RACEF). He joins the ranks of Daniel Kahneman (Nobel laureate), Romano Prodi, Joseph E. Stiglitz (Nobel laureate) who belong to this Institution.
It is with pride and delight that we communicate that Professor Constantin Zopounidis, Editor-in-Chief of “Operational Research” and Editor of the renowned “Handbook of Multicriteria Analysis” has been elected to RACEF – The Royal Academy of Economc and Finance Sciences of Spain.
The Royal Academy of Economic and Finance Sciences of Spain was officially established in Spain, in 1958, but its roots can be traced back to the 18th century when King Ferdinand VI of Spain set up the Royal Private Board of Commerce.
RACEF promotes the cooperation between researchers of the most important institutions and academies around the world, and seeks to advance the scientific knowledge and the existing decision and policy making practices in the fields of economics and finance.
The members of RACEF include prestigious researchers, senior policy makers, and top executives from all over the world. Among others, the Academicians of RACEF include Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (former President of France), Romano Prodi (former President of Italy and the European Commission), José Ángel Gurría (Secretary General of OECD), as well as Nobel Prize laureates Robert Aumann, Daniel Kahneman, Finn Kydland, Eric Maskin, and Joseph Stiglitz.