Leading House Best Paper Award 2014

We congratulate the Winners of the Leading House Best Paper Award 2014!

The jury - consisting of the members of the Leading House Advisory Board - awarded the first prize to Yvonne Oswald for her paper "Learning for a bonus: How financial incentives interact with preferences" published in the Journal of Public Economics (co-authored with Uschi Backes-Gellner).

The runner-up prizes are awarded to Johannes Kunz for his paper "Analyzing educational achievement differences between second-generation immigrants: Comparing Germany and German-speaking Switzerland" published in the German Economic Review and Samuel Mühlemann for his paper "Works councils, collective bargaining, and apprenticeship training: Evidence from German firms" published in Industrial Relations (co-authored with Ben Kriechel, Harald Pfeifer and Miriam Schütte).

Congratulations!