Carlo Dell’Aringa Young Economist Prize

Established in 2017, the Carlo Dell' Aringa Young Economist Prize is awarded - together with a monetary reward - to the best paper presented at the Annual Conference by scholars who are within three years since PhD defense at the date of submission. The Prize Committee is composed by members of the Conference Programme Committee.

Truffa Francesca (Stanford Graduate School of Business)
Joint with:
Menaka Hampole (Yale School of Management)
Wong Ashley (Tilburg University)
Peer Effects and the Gender Gap in Corporate Leadership: Evidence from MBA Students
Enrico Rubolino (University of Lausanne)
Taxing the Gender Gap: Labor Market Effects of a Payroll Tax Cut for Women in Italy
Valeria Zurla (Brown University)
How Should We Design Parental Leave Policies? Evidence from Two Reforms in Italy
Clemente Pignatti (ILO and University of Geneva)
Compliance with Labour Legislation in Informal Labour Markets
Annalisa Loviglio (Università di Bologna)
Schools and Their Multiple Ways to Impact Students: A Structural Model of Skill Accumulation and Educational Choices
Giulia Bovini (Banca d'Italia)
Prime-age Labour Supply Responses to Lower Pension Entitlements: Evidence from the 1995 Italian Pension Reform
Michela Carlana (Università Bocconi)
Stereotypes and Self-Stereotypes: Evidence from Teachers' Gender Bias