Winners of UniCredit Foundation's Econ JM Best Paper Award Announced

UniCredit Foundation has announced the winners of 10th edition of its Econ JM Best Paper Award.

Congratulations to:

  • Eduard Boehm - Intermediation, Choice Frictions, and Selection: Evidence from the Chilean Pension Market
  • Arnoud Dyevre - Public R&D and Productivity Growth
  • Lukas Freund - Superstar Teams: The Micro Origins and Macro Implications of Coworker Complementarities
  • Guangbin Hong - Two-Sided Sorting of Workers and Firms: Implications for Spatial Inequality and Welfare
  • Vatsal Khandelwal - Silent Networks: The Role of Inaccurate Beliefs in Reducing Useful Social Interactions
  • Lukas Mann  - Spatial Sorting and the Rise of Geographic Inequality
  • Hugo Reichardt - Scale-Biased Technical Change and Inequality
  • Taisiya Sikorskaya - Institutional Investors, Securities Lending, and Short-Selling Constraints
  • Jinglun Yao - Knowledge is (Market) Power
  • Chuan Yu - The Welfare Effects of Sponsored Product Advertising

Full announcement from UniCredit Foundation here