Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3 Fresh Thoughts from Young Researchers
 

 

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Feb
06
2015
 
Fresh Thoughts from Young Researchers
Christian Krekel, Marta Silva, Anna Raute
Economics - Interviews
 

Stimulating fresh thoughts and supporting young researchers are at the core of FEEM's mission. To give a symbolic, yet visible recognition of their role the FEEM Award, jointly organized with the European Economic Association (EEA), periodically rewards new ideas and innovative research in economics, proposed by young (less than 30 years of age and no more than 3 years past a PhD defense) scholars. The sixth edition of the prize was conferred during the 2014 European Economic Association (EEA) Annual Congress at the Toulouse School of Economics to the authors of the three best papers presented by young economists at the EEA Annual Congress.

Re3 is pleased to publish the interviews with the three winners:

  • Christian Krekel (DIW Berlin), with a paper entitled “Natural Disaster, Policy Action, and Mental Well-Being: The Case of Fukushima”
  • Marta Silva (ISCTE-IUL − University Institute of Lisbon), with a paper entitled “Asymmetric Labour Market Reforms and the Wage Growth of Fixed-Term Contracts: Does Learning about Match Quality Matter?”
  • Anna Raute (UCL and University of Mannheim), with a paper entitled “Do Financial Incentives Affect Fertility? Evidence From a Reform in Maternity Leave Benefits”


Interview with Christian Krekel, DIW Berlin

 

 

Interview with Marta Silva, ISCTE-IUL − University Institute of Lisbon
 

  

 

Interview with Anna Raute, UCL and University of Mannheim

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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Christian Krekel, DIW Berlin

Marta Silva, ISCTE-IUL − University Institute of Lisbon

Anna Raute, UCL and University of Mannheim
   
 
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