Diligentia Preisträger(innen)

2023 prize: Bruno Caprettini, Hans-Joachim Voth
‘New Deal, New Patriots: How 1930s Government Spending Boosted Patriotism During World War II’, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 138, Issue 1, 465-513 (2023).

2022 prize: Christoph Drobner
‘Motivated Beliefs and Anticipation of Uncertainty Resolution’, American Economic Review Insight, 4(1), 89-105 (2022).

2021 prize: David Schindler, Mark Westcott
‘Shocking Racial Attitudes: Black G.I.s in Europe’, Review of Economic Studies, 88(1), 489-520 (2021).

2020 prize: Alain Cohn, Michel Maréchal, David Tannenbaum, Christian Zünd
‘Civic honesty around the globe’, Science, 365, 70-73 (2019).

2019 prize: Peter H. Egger, Sergey Nigai, Nora M. Strecker
‘The Taxing Deed of Globalization’, American Economic Review, 109(2): 353–390 (2019).

2018 prize: Dr. Moritz Marbach
‘The long-term impact of employment bans on the economic integration of refugees’, Sci. Adv., 4.eaap9519 (2018).

2018 prize: Dr. Robin Marwica
‘Emotional Choices’, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-879434-9) (2018).