Awards for Business Publications
The Institute of Economics covered a wide range of topics in 2020. The most outstanding papers were presented with awards.
Once again, the Institute of Economics has presented publication awards in recognition of outstanding publications over the past year. Publications in leading international, peer-reviewed journals also count. The submissions for this year's awards once again included highly papers focusing on important socio-economic issues.
Natalia Danzer, Martin Halla, Nicole Schneeweis, Zweimüller Martina for “Parental Leave, (In)formal Childcare, and Long-Term Child Outcomes” in the Journal of Human Resources
Martin Halla and Gerald J. Pruckner for “Cutting Fertility: The Effect of Cesarean Deliveries on Subsequent Fertility and Maternal Labor Supply” in the Journal of Health Economics
Christoph Eder and Martin Halla for “Economic Origins of Cultural Norms: The Case of Animal Husbandry and Bastardy” in the European Economic Review
Wolfgang Frimmel , Martin Halla, Bernhard Schmidpeter, Rudolf Winter-Ebmer for “Grandmothers' Labour Supply” in the Journal of Human Resources.
Michael Irlacher for “Offshoring and Non-Monotonic Employment Effects Across Industries in General Equilibrium” in the European Economic Review
Wolfgang Frimmel and Gerald J. Pruckner for “Retirement and Healthcare Utilization” in the Journal of Public Economics