Seraina Grünewald awarded scholarship under ECB Legal Research Programme 2020
Date of news: 28 April 2020
Professor of European and Comparative Financial Law Seraina Grünewald, jointly with two colleagues from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, and York University, Canada, was awarded a scholarship under the Legal Research Programme 2020. The scholarship is endowed with EUR 8,000 and was granted by the European Central Bank for a research project on the topic: 'Could the ECB issue an electronic equivalent of paper-based euro banknotes? Under what conditions might such 'electronic banknotes' have legal tender status?'.