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IIPF Young Economists Award

The "IIPF Young Economists Award" was instituted in 2008, with the aim of encouraging young scholars who present their papers at the IIPF Annual Congress. An award committee, headed by the Scientific Chair of the respective congress and including further members, selects those papers presented at the congress that stand out for their scientific quality, creativity and relevance, and chooses up to three of them to be distinguished with this award.

The same rules apply for this award as for the "IIPF Peggy and Richard Musgrave Prize", namely that authors must be under 40 years old, that in the case of co-authored papers, all authors need to be under 40, and that age is measured as at the ending day of the Congress, when the prize is awarded. Authors who wish to be considered for this award should indicate this when submitting their papers for presentation at the Congress.


The IIPF gave two Young Economists Awards in 2016:

 

Eric Ohrn (Grinnell College, USA) for his paper Investment and Employment Responses to State Adoption of Federal Accelarated Depreciation Policies.

   

Pierre Bachas (University of California at Berkeley, USA, at the time of submission; now World Bank and currently doing a post-doc at Princeton University, USA; presenting author) and Mauricio Soto (Banco Central de Costa Rica) for their paper Not(ch) Your Average Tax System: Corporate Taxation Under Weak Enforcement.

 

Previous IIPF Young Economists Award Laureates


Year Author(s) Title of Paper
2015 Miguel Almunia & David Lopez-Rodriguez Heterogeneous Responses to Effective Tax Enforcement: Evidence from Spanish Firms
Francesca Carta & Lucia Rizzica Female employment and pre-kindergarten: on the unintended effects of an Italian reform
Irem Guceri & Li Liu Effectiveness of fiscal incentives for R&D: a quasi-experiment
2014 Maria Coelho Dodging Robin Hood: Responses to France and Italy's Financial Transaction Taxes
Jarkko Harju and Tuomas Kosonen The inefficiency of reduced VAT rates: Evidence from restaurant industry
Olga Malkova The Effect of Paid Parental Leave and a Child Benefit on Fertility
2013 Pierre Bachas & Anders Jensen Information Trails, Tax Compliance and Development
Bas Jacobs & Floris Zoutman Optimal Redistribution and Optimal Monitoring of Labor Effort
Andreas Steiner A Tale of Two Deficits: Public Budget Balance of Reserve Currency Countries
2012 David Agrawal Inter-Federation Competition: Sales Tax Externalities with Multiple Federations
Felix Bierbrauer & Pierre BoyerPolitical Competition and Mirrleesian Income Taxation: a First Pass
Ronny Freier & Christian Odendahl Do Parties Matter? Estimating the Effect of Political Representation in Multi-Party Systems
2011 Raphael Parchet & Beatrix Brügger Culture and Taxes: Towards Identifying Tax Competition
Craig Garthwaite The Doctor Might See You Now: The Supply-Side Effects of Public Health Insurance Expansions
Aart Gerritsen Equity and Efficiency in Rationed Labor Markets
2010 Johannes Rincke & Ferdinand Mittermaier Do Countries Compensate Firms for International Wage Differentials?
2009 Ronald Davies & Johannes Voget Tax Competition in an Expanding European Union
José Carlos Assi Kimou Economic Conditions, Enforcement and Criminal Activities in the District of Abidjan
Martial Foucault, Emilie Caldeira &
Grégoire Rota-Graziosi
Public Spending Interactions among Beninese Municipalities
2008 Johannes Becker & Nadine Riedel Corporate Taxation and Multinational Firms - Empirical Evidence on Welfare Implications
T.Scott Findley & Frank N. Caliendo Short Horizons, Time Inconsistency, and Optimal Social Security
Gabrielle Fack & Camille Landais Are Fiscal Incentives Towards Charitable Giving Efficient: Evidence from France



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