The Società italiana di economia pubblica (SIEP) announces the 2023 edition of the SIEP prize.
The prize amounts to € 1500. It is intended for an outstanding unpublished paper, written by author(s) under the age of thirty-five, presented at the XXXV SIEP Conference to be held at the University of Verona on September 14th – 15th, 2023 (call for paper and information on the Conference at http://www.siepweb.it/siep/wp/en/en/xxxv-siep-conference-2023/).
Submitted papers, whether theoretical or empirical, can pertain any subject in the area of public economics and public finance.
In the case of a jointly written paper, all authors must comply with the age requirement at the deadline for submission. The prize will be equally shared by all authors. Each author may submit more than one paper.
To compete for the prize, authors must declare their intention at the time of submission of their paper to the conference and, at the same time, they should send to firstname.lastname@example.org a declaration that (each of) the author(s) is under the age of thirty-five.
The scientific committee in charge of the selection process is composed by the current and past SIEP Presidents.
The prize will be awarded during the XXXV SIEP Conference, on September 14th – 15th, 2023.
The SIEP President
Prof. ssa Rosella Levaggi
Winners of past editions
|2022||Davide CIPULLO||When Women Take All: Direct Election and Female Leadership|
|2021||Francesca PARODI||Consumption Tax Cuts in a Recession|
|2020||Stefano BOSCOLO||On the horizontal inequity effect of the erosion of the PIT base: the case of Italy|
Published as: S. Boscolo (2021), On the horizontal inequity effect of the erosion of the PIT base: the case of Italy, Politica economica, Società editrice il Mulino, issue 1, 43-82.
|2019||Leonardo BONILLA-MEJIA, Juan S. MORALES||Jam-barrel politics: Road building and legislative voting in Colombia|
Published as: Leonardo Bonilla-Mejía, Juan S. Morales (2021), Jam-Barrel Politics. The Review of Economics and Statistics.
|2018||Enrico RUBOLINO||The efficiency and distributive effects of local taxes: Evidence from Italian municipalities|
|2017||Leonardo GIUFFRIDA, Gabriele ROVIGATTI||Can the Private Sector Ensure the Public Interest? Evidence from Federal Procurement|
|2016||Sander RENES, Floris T. ZOUTMAN||As Easy as ABC? Multidimensional Screening in Public Finance|
|2015||Giuseppe DI LIDDO||Immigration and PAYGO pension systems in the presence of increasing life expectancy|
Published as: Di Liddo, G. (2018), Immigration and PAYG pension systems in the presence of increasing life expectancy, Economics Letters, 162, 56-61.
|Heterogeneous preferences and in-kind redistribution|
Published as: L. Bellani and F. Scervini (2015), Heterogeneous preferences and in-kind redistribution: theory and evidence, European Economic Review, 78, 196-219.
|A Comprehensive Analysis of Expenditure Decentralization and of the Composition of Local Public Spending|
Published as: A. Sacchi and S. Salotti (2016), A Comprehensive Analysis of Expenditure Decentralization and of the Composition of Local Public Spending, Regional Studies, Vol. 50 (1), 93-109.
|2011||Devis GERON||Severance Pay or Pension Funds?|
|2010||Francesco D’AMURI||The Consequences of a Stricter Policy on Absenteeism in the Public Sector|
|Elena D’AGOSTINO |
|Fine Print and Naive Buyers|
Endogenous Party Formation and the Inequality-Redistribution Nexus
|2008||Annalisa VINELLA||Countervailing Incentives in Multi-Agent Environments|
Published as: A. Vinella (2010), Bayesian-Nash vs Dominant-Strategy Implementation with Countervailing Incentives: the Two-type Case, Economics Bulletin, 30(1), 636-649.
The Prize Committee also highlighted the quality of the paper by Desirée TEOBALDELLI, Shadow Economy and Federalism.
Published as: D. Teobaldelli (2011), Federalism and the Shadow Economy, Public Choice, 146(3-4), 269-289.
|2007||Sauro MOCETTI||Scelte post-obbligo e dispersione scolastica nella scuola secondaria|
Published as: S. Mocetti (2012), Educational Choices and the Selection Process Before and After Compulsory School, Education Economics, vol. 20, 189-209.
|2006||Massimo FINOCCHIARO CASTRO|
|To Bribe or not to Bribe?|
Bidding to Lose? Auctions with Resale
Published as: M. Pagnozzi (2007), Bidding to Lose? Auctions with Resale, RAND Journal of Economics, vol. 38(4), 1090-1112.
|2005||Riccardo ERCOLI||Evasione fiscale, istituzioni e vincoli alla crescita dimensionale delle imprese|
Published as: R. Ercoli (2006), Evasione fiscale, istituzioni e vincoli alla crescita dimensionale delle imprese, in G. Brosio e G. Muraro (eds) Il finanziamento del settore pubblico, FrancoAngeli, 127-162.
|2004||Francesco D’AMURI, Carlo FIORIO||Work Income Tax Evasion in Italy: Analysis of Redistributive Effects|
Published as: F. D’Amuri and C. Fiorio (2005), Workers’ Tax Evasion in Italy, Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia, vol. 64 (novembre), 247-270.
|2003||Marisa MIRALDO||Hospital Financing and Development and Adoption of New Tecnologies|
|J. Ignacio CONDE RUIZ, Paola PROFETA|
|What Social Security: Beveridgean or Bismarckian?|
Published as: J.I. Conde-Ruiz and P. Profeta (2007), The Redistributive Design of Social Security Systems, The Economic Journal, 117 (April), 686-712.
Wealth Inequality, Income Redistribution and Growth In 15 OECD Countries
Published as: D. Sonedda (2009), The Output Effects of Labor Income Taxes in OECD Countries, Public Finance Review, 37, 686-709.