CLEF is pleased to announce the winners of its second Award for Young Researchers in labour economics 2022, offered to the best paper/essay written by a Canadian student or recent graduate.
- First prize: Laëtitia Renée for the paper “The Long-Term Effects of Financial Aid and Career Education: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment”
- Second Prize: James Uguccioni for the paper “The Long-Run Effects of Parental Unemployment in Childhood”
- Runner ups: Yige Duan with the paper “Beyond Lost Earnings: The Long-Term Impact of Job Displacement on Workers’ Commuting Behavior”, and Jamie Emery for the paper “Who Pays the Child Penalty? Evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics”
CLEF’ Scientific Committee: Tammy Schirle, Louis-Philippe Morin, Derek Messacar and Ana Ferrer.