"Ezio Tarantelli" Annual Labor Economics Award

The "Ezio Tarantelli" Annual Labor Economics Award for the best essay is awarded, during each National Conference, to the author of the work presented at the previous year's Conference which stands out for its high scientific value. Below is the list of the latest awards awarded.


2021
Lorenzo Neri (St Andrews)
Moving Opportunities: The Impact of Public Housing Regenerations on Student Achievement
2020
Vincenzo Scrutinio (London School of Economics; University of Bologna)
The Medium Term Effects of Unemployment Benefits
2019
Salvatore Lattanzio (University of Cambridge)
Joint with:
Alessandra Casarico (Università Bocconi)
The Gender Gap in Earnings Within and Between Firms: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data
2018
Massimiliano Bratti (European Commission, JRC)
Joint with:
Claudio Deiana (European Commission JRC|;|Enkelejda Havari)
What are you voting for? Refugee reception centres and voting at the 2016 Italian constitutional referendum
2017
Barbara Masi (Queen Mary University of London)
On the Way Down: the Unintended Consequences of School Transport Subsidies
2016
Marta de Philippis (Bank of Italy, LSE)
STEM Graduates and High School Curriculum: Does Early Exposure to Science Matter?
2015
Emanuele Ciani (Banca d'Italia)
Joint with:
Guido de Blasio (Banca d'Italia)
Getting Stable: An Evaluation of the Incentives for Permanent Contracts in Italy
2014
Silvia Marchese (Università di Milano Bicocca)
Joint with:
Federico Etro (Università di Venezia Ca’ Foscari|;|Laura Pagani)
The Labor Market in the Art Sector of Baroque Rome
2013
Maria De Paola (Università della Calabria)
Joint with:
Vincenzo Scoppa (Università della Calabria|;|)
The Effectiveness of Remedial Courses in Italy: A Fuzzy Regression Discontinuity Design
2012
Chiara Mussida (Università Cattolica di Milano)
Joint with:
Matteo Picchio (Ghent University|;|)
The Gender Wage Gap by Education in Italy
2011
Francesco D'Amuri (Banca d'Italia)
Monitoring vs. Monetary Incentives in Addressing Absenteeism: Experimental Evidence
2010
Giuseppe Rose (Birkbeck College)
Joint with:
Patrizia Ordine (Università della Calabria|;|)
Inefficient Self-selection into Education and Wage Inequality in Italy
Sauro Mocetti (Banca d'Italia)
Joint with:
Carmine Porello (Banca d'Italia|;|)
How Does Immigration Affect Native Internal Mobility? New Evidence from Italy
2009
Roberta Zizza (Banca d'Italia)
Joint with:
Rita Cappariello (Banca d'Italia|;|)
Dropping the Books and Working off the Books
2008
Annalisa Cristini (Università di Bergamo)
High Performance Workplace Practices from the Employees' Perspective
2007
Reinhard Hujer (University of Frankfurt/Main)
Joint with:
Stephan L. Thomsen (ZEW|;|Christopher Zeiss)
The Effects of Training Measures on the Individual Unemployment Duration in West Germany
2006
Marco Leonardi (Università di Milano)
Joint with:
Giovanni Pica (Uiversità di Salerno|;|)
The Effect of Employment Protection Legislation on Wage: Evidence from Italy
2005
Michele Pellizzari (London School of Economics)
Employers Search and the Efficiency of Matching
2004
Piero Cipollone (Banca d'Italia)
Joint with:
Alfonso Rosolia (Banca d’Italia|;|)
Social Interactions in Schooling
2003
Gianna Claudia Giannelli (Università di Firenze)
Joint with:
Cristina Braschi (Università di Firenze|;|)
Reducing Hours of Work : Does Overtime Act as a Brake Upon Employment Growth? An Analysis by Gender for the Case of Italy
2002
Adriano Paggiaro (Università di Padova)
Joint with:
Ugo Trivellato (Università di Padova|;|)
Assessing the Effects of the “Mobility Lists” Programme by Flexible Duration Models
2001
Renato Balducci (Università di Ancona)
Joint with:
Stefano Staffolani (Università di Ancona|;|)
Quota del lavoro e occupazione in presenza di contrattazione efficiente
2000
Lorenzo Cappellari (University of Warwick)
Low-wage Mobility in the Italian Labour Market
1999
Giovanni Russo (Utrecht University)
Joint with:
Ronald Schettkatt (Utrecht University|;|)
Are Structural Economics Dynamics a Mith? Changing Industrial Structure in the Final Product Concept
1998
Giuseppe Celi (Università di Bari)
Joint with:
Maria Luigia Segnana (Università di Trento|;|)
Trade and Labour Markets: Vertical and Regional Differentiation in Italy
1997
Luigi Bonatti (Università di Trento)
Complementarietà strategica tra capitale fisico ed umano e dipendenza dalla storia
1996
Sergio Destefanis (Università di Salerno)
Nominal Rigidities and Real Activity. A Cross Industry Analysis for Italy, l951-93
1995
Claudio Lucifora (Università Cattolica di Milano)
Individual Wage Premia in two Stage Wage Determination Systems: Some Evidence For Italy