Previous Editions

I Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 1997
The Prize was awarded to Guido Ascari
Guido Ascari“Un modello dinamico con agenti ottimizzanti e salari sovrapposti” –  University of Pavia

II Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 1998
The Prize was awarded to Cristina Ugolini
Cristina Ugolini “Beni reputazionali e processo di scelta nel mercato dei servizi sanitari” – University of Ancona

III Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 1999
The Prize was awarded to Monica Paiella
Monica Paiella, “Partecipazione ai Mercati Finanziari e Volatilità dei Consumi: una soluzione all’Equity  Premium Puzzle?” – University of Pavia

IV Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics –  2000
The Prize was awarded to Giuliano Masiero
Giuliano Masiero“Switching Costs, Imperfect Information and Quality: the Market for Primary Care” – University of Ancona

Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2001
The Prize was awarded to Stefano Santacroce
Stefano Santacroce“La ricerca della prima occupazione: rischi di una flessibilità caotica” – University of Ancona.

VI  edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economicsa – 2002
The Prize was awarded to Luca Sala
Luca Sala“La trasmissione della politica monetaria nell’Unione Monetaria Europea: un’analisi fattoriale” – University of Pavia.

VII Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2003
The Prize was awarded to Andrea Attar and Luca Spinesi:
Andrea Attar, “Financial Constraints and Economic Fluctuations” – Sapienza University of Rome
Luca Spinesi, “Information, Innovation, and Growth” – Sapienza University of Rome

VIII Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2004
The Prize was awarded to Roberto Casarin and Massimiliano Riggi:
Roberto Casarin“Simulation Methods for Nonlinear and Non-Gaussian Models in Finance” –  Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Massimiliano Riggi, Labour Market Dynamics and the Evolution of Industrial Clusters: towards a Microfoundation of the Ecological Approach” – University of Bologna

IX Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2005
The Prize was awarded to Paolo Giordani and Mariapia Mendola:
Paolo Giordani“Decision Making Under Strong, Uncertainty: Five Applications to Sunspot Theory and Neo-Schumpeterian Growth Theory” – Sapienza University of Rome
Mariapia Mendola, “Technology Adoption and Migration in Rural Households in Developing Countries” – University of Milan

X Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2010
The Prize was awarded to Marianna De Marco, Marianna Riggi and Fabio Tramontana
Marianna De Marco, “La dualità nella Teoria del Consumo in caso di prezzi sublineari e preferenze non convesse” – Dottorato in Metodi Economici e Quantitativi per l’Analisi dei Mercati, University of Salento
Marianna Riggi, “Wage rigidities in New Keynesian Models. Theoretical relevance and empirical effects” – Dottorato in Economia Politica, Sapienza University of Rome
Fabio Tramontana, “Forms of Bounded Rationality in Economic Theory” – Dottorato in Economia Politica, Università Politecnica delle Marche.

XI Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2011
The Prize was awarded to Fernanda Brollo, Alessandro Giovannelli and Simone Marsiglio.
Fernanda Brollo,  “Essays in Political Economy: Evidence from Brasil” – Doctorate in Economics and Finance from Bocconi University;
Alessandro Giovannelli, “Nonlinear Forecasting Using a Large Number of Predictors” – Doctorate in Econometrics and Empirical Economics from University of Rome Tor Vergata;
Simone Marsiglio, “Essays on Economic Growth: Technical Progress, Population Dynamics and the Environment” –Doctorate in Economic Sciences from Milan State University;

XII Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2012
The Prize was awarded to Oktay Surucu.
Oktay Surucu,  “Three Essays on Economic Interactions under Bounded Rationality” – Doctorate in Economics from University Cà Foscari of Venice.

XIII Edition SIE  Prize for doctorate theses in economics  -2013
The Prize was awarded to Francesco Andreoli and Ylenia Brilli.
Francesco Andreoli, “On Dissimilarity and Opportunity Equalization” – Doctorate in Economics and Finance from University of Verona and University of Cergy-Pontoise;
 Ylenia Brilli, “Child Development and Cognitive Outcomes: The Role of Public and Family Inputs” – Doctorate in Public Economics from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano

XIV Edition SIE  Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2014
The Prize was awarded to Marco Bertoni and Maddalena Cavicchioli
Marco Bertoni, “Four Essay in Empirical Economics” – Doctorate in Economics and  Management from University of Padova;
Maddalena Cavicchioli, “Essays on Markov Switching Models with Applications in Economics and Finance” – Doctorate in Economics from Cà Foscari University of Venice.

 XV Edition SIE Prize for doctorate theses in economics – 2015
The Prize was awarded to Pietro Battiston, Ludovico Carrino, Lorenzo Menna and Chiara Assunta Ricci
Pietro Battiston,  “Essays on Networks and Information Dynamics” – Doctorate in Economia e Finanza dell’Amministrazione Pubblica from Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca;
Ludovico Carrino,  “Understanding Vulnerability and Patterns of Elderly-Care in Europe. Essays on Formal and Informal Care, Multidimensional Measures of Vulnerability and Social Exclusion” – Doctorate in Economics from Cà Foscari University of Venice;
Lorenzo Menna,  “Essays on Asset Pricing and Optimal Policy under Limited Asset Market Participation” – Doctorate in Economia e Finanza dell’Amministrazione Pubblica from Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca;
Chiara Assunta Ricci,  “Essays on the Middle Class” – Doctorate in Economia Politica from Sapienza Università di Roma.

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