Best Poster Award 2017

EALE grants an award (€ 500) for the best poster presented at the conference. This prize is awarded by a jury to the best designed poster presented at the conference. The jury evaluates the quality of the posters using mainly the following three criteria: clarity,  self-explanatory  and layout.

Prize Committee: Stijn Baert, Andrew Clark, Erik Plug, Núria Rodríguez-Planas

The nominees in alphabetical order:

Michael CHRISTL, Agenda Austria, Vienna, Austria ; Köppl-Turyna Monika, Agenda Austria, Vienna, Austria Gender Wage Gap and the Role of Skills: Evidence from PIAAC Dataset

Fabian DEHOS, Ruhr Graduate School in Economics (RGS), Essen, Germany ; Marie Paul, University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany The Effects of After-School Programs on Maternal Employment

Marike KNOEF, Leiden University and Tilburg University, Leiden, Netherlands ; Jochem De Bresser, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands ; Lieke Kools, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands Cutting One’s Coat According to One’s Cloth; How Did the Great Recession Affect Retirement Resources and Expenditure Goals?

Kerry PAPPS, University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom ; Wayne Grove, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, United States of America ; Michael Jetter, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia Career Lotto? Labor Supply in Winner-Take-All Markets: Evidence from Professional Tennis

Krista RIUKULA, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland ; Kristiina Huttunen, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Parental Job Loss and Children’s Schooling Choices

The 2017 winner of the Best Poster Award is:

Winner: Michael CHRISTL, Agenda Austria, Vienna, Austria ; Köppl-Turyna Monika, Agenda Austria, Vienna, Austria

Gender Wage Gap and the Role of Skills: Evidence from PIAAC Dataset

 Best poster 2017

 

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