We are extremely pleased to announce the results of the first CLEF Award, this year offered to the best paper/essay written by a Canadian student or recent graduate.
First prize: Louis Pierre LePage for the paper “Endogenous Learning, Persistent Employer Biases, and Discrimination”
Second Prize: Marlene Koffi for the paper “Innovative Ideas and Gender Inequality”
Runner ups: Gabrielle Vasey “The Impact of Child Labor on Student Enrollment, Effort and Achievement: Evidence from Mexico”, and Safoura Moeeni for the paper “The Intergenerational Effects of Economic Sanctions”
Congratulations to our winners!
The Scientific Committee wishes to recognize the high quality of the papers submitted and thank all participants in the contest. The four papers will be presented in a CLEF special session on Friday June 3rd at 10AM (Pacific), right after the CLEF keynote address.