Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award for Young Researchers (12th edition) | Climate Economics and (its) Knowledge
The Centro Einaudi, with the support of Fondazione CRT, has launched the 12th annual GIORGIO ROTA Best Paper Award established to honor the memory of the economist Giorgio Rota (1944 - 1984). The Award also relies on a well-established collaboration with the Department of Economics and Statistics 'Cognetti De Martiis' (ESt, University of Turin) and the Department of Economics, Social Studies, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (ESOMAS, University of Turin).
Young researchers born after December 31st, 1989 are invited to submit high-quality scientific papers (a maximum of two papers per candidate) on the subject: Climate Economics and (its) Knowledge.
The 12th edition of the award aims to stimulate outstanding contributions of scientific reflection on the impact of climate change on the global and local economy. Risk assessment and management, economic measures of adaptation and mitigation of extreme events and other climate disturbances on firms and industries are issues of interest of this Call.
The Call is open to unpublished papers or papers that have already been submitted, accepted, or edited for publication (see the Call for details).
A maximum of three papers will be selected, and the author/s will be awarded a prize – depending on the ranking - of 2.500/2.000/1.500 Euros (gross) per paper. Also, the authors will be invited to present their work at the Giorgio Rota Conference organized as an OFF EVENT related to the International Festival of Economics of Turin (from May 30th to June 2nd, 2024).
Deadline to participate: March 25th, 2024.
The selected papers will be announced by May 6th, 2024.