"Carlo Dell'Aringa" Young Labor Economists Award

The "Young Labor Economists Annual Award" is dedicated to the memory of Carlo Dell'Aringa and consists of both a prize plaque and a cash prize. Conference attendees who have earned their PhDs within the past 5 years are eligible for this award, as long as the paper is not co-authored by senior researchers.


2021
Valeria Zurla (Brown University)
How Should We Design Parental Leave Policies? Evidence from Two Reforms in Italy
2020
Clemente Pignatti (ILO and University of Geneva)
Compliance with Labour Legislation in Informal Labour Markets
2019
Annalisa Loviglio (Università di Bologna)
Schools and Their Multiple Ways to Impact Students: A Structural Model of Skill Accumulation and Educational Choices
2018
Giulia Bovini (Banca d'Italia)
Prime-age Labour Supply Responses to Lower Pension Entitlements: Evidence from the 1995 Italian Pension Reform
2017
Michela Carlana (Università Bocconi)
Stereotypes and Self-Stereotypes: Evidence from Teachers' Gender Bias