ETSG Award Winners

Since 2009 the cooperation between the ETSG and the WTO has lead to the launch of the WTO Essay Award for Young Economists that is announced every year during the ETSG Conference. Below, we report the list of winners (with a link to the homepage of the author that presented the paper at the ETSG Conference). Our congratulations to these authors!

ETSG 2016: WTO Prize
Matthieu Bellon
Trade Liberalization and Inequality: a Dynamic Model with Firm and Worker Heterogeneity

Eunhee Lee (honourable mention)
Trade, Inequality, and the Endogenous Sorting of Heterogeneous Workers

ETSG 2015: WTO Prize
Christoph Boehm, Aaron Flaaen and Nitya Pandalai-Nayar
Input Linkages and the Transmission of Shocks: Firm Level Evidence from the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake

ETSG 2014: WTO Prize
Jonathan Dingel
The Determinants of Quality Specialization

Claudia Steinwender
Information Frictions and the Law of One Price: "When the States and the Kingdom became United"

ETSG 2013: WTO Prize
Felix Tintelnot
Global Production with Export Platforms

ETSG 2012: WTO Prize
Treb Allen
Information Frictions in Trade

ETSG 2011: WTO Prize
Rafael Dix-Carneiro
Trade liberalization and labor market dynamics

Kyle Handley
Exporting under trade policy uncertainty

ETSG 2010: WTO Prize
Dave Donaldson
Railroads of the Raj: Estimating the impact of transportation infrastructure

Olena Ivus
Do stronger patent rights raise high-tech exports to the developing world?

ETSG 2009: WTO Prize
Ralph Ossa
A new trade theory of GATT/WTO negotiations

 

Starting with the ETSG Conference of 2015 in Paris, the Review of World Economics / Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv (RoWE) has been awarding a prize for young economists among the papers presented at the ETSG Conference. Below, we report the list of winners (with a link to the homepage of the author that presented the paper at the ETSG Conference). Our congratulations to these authors!

ETSG 2016: RoWE Prize
Yuan Zi
Trade liberalization and the great labor reallocation

ETSG 2015: RoWE Prize
Jens Wrona
Border effects without borders: what divides Japan's internal trade?

 

Since the ETSG Conference of 2006 in Vienna and until the Conference in 2012, an annual Prize has been awarded by Professor Hylke Vandenbussche of the Universite Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) for the best paper in a specified research area. Below, we report the list of winners (with a link to the homepage of the author that presented the paper at the ETSG Conference). Our congratulations to these authors!

ETSG 2012: Prize Jacquemin (UCL)
Swati Dhingra and John Morrow
The impact of integration on productivity and welfare distortions under monopolistic competition

ETSG 2011: Prize Jacquemin (UCL)
Kyle Handley
Exporting under trade policy uncertainty

ETSG 2010: Prize Jacquemin (UCL)
Ben Li
Firm heterogeneity, technology transfer, and incompatibility: on the choice of production
regime across borders

ETSG 2009: Prize Jacquemin (UCL)
Facundo Albornoz, Hector F. Calvo Pardo, Gregory Corcos and Emanuel Ornelas
Sequential exporting

ETSG 2008: UCL and LICOS Prizes
Fabrice Defever and Farid Toubal
Productivity and the sourcing modes of multinational firms

Elena Besedina
Exporting and productivity under endogenous trade policy: Theory and evidence from Ukraine

ETSG 2007: LICOS Prize
Ragnhild Balsvik
Is mobility of labour a channel for spillovers from multinationals to local domestic firms?

ETSG 2006: LICOS Prize
Gianfranco De Simone
Trade in parts and components and Central Eastern European Countries' industrial geography

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