9th Econ JM Best Paper Award
18 July 2022 - The 9th Edition of Econ JM Best Paper Award is open.
UniCredit Foundation, in cooperation with the European Economic Association, launches the ninth edition of the Econ JM Best Paper Award for PhD candidates/graduates who will participate to the European Job Market for Economists in 2022.
The Econ JM Best Paper Award is aimed at all PhD candidates/graduates that will participate to the European Job Market for Economists 2022, irrespective of
their nationality and of the university in which they are enrolled.
Prizes will be awarded to 5 outstanding JM papers on topics related to general economic subjects. Each of the 5 best papers will receive € 1,000 gross of tax.
Applications must be received by the compulsory deadline of October 1, 2022. Failure to do so may result in exclusion from the competition.
Authors of awarded papers will be notified by November 2, 2022.
The winners will be awarded the prize at the European Job Market for Economists in December 2022.
For further details download the announcement.
Here below this year winners and runners-up (in alphabetical order).
The 5 winners are:
• Daniele Caratelli - Labor Market Recoveries Across the Wealth Distribution
• Suzanna Khalifa - Female Genital Cutting and Bride Price
• Binyamin Kleinman Orleansky - Wage Inequality and the Spatial Expansion of Firms
• Virginia Minni - Managers and the discovery of talent
• Lukas Nord - Shopping, Demand Composition, and Equilibrium Prices
The 8 runners up are:
• Alexander Dietrich - Granular In ation Expectations and Behavioral Inattention: Implications for Optimal Monetary Policy
• Alistair Macaulay - Shock Transmission and the Sources of Heterogeneous Expectations
• Francesco Mazzola - Electronic Foreclosures
• Marta Morazzoni - Student Debt and Entrepreneurship in the US
• Shumiao Ouyang - Cashless Payment and Financial Inclusion
• Cosimo Petracchi - Exchange-Rate Regimes and Exporter-Importers
• Filip Premik - Procurement with Bid Preference & Buyer's Switching Costs
• Anna Vitali - Consumer Search and Firm Location: Theory and Evidence from the Garment Sector in Uganda