At the BeNA Summer Workshop 2018, the BeNA Innovative Research Award was awarded to Maximilian Bach (DIW Berlin and Humboldt University) for his paper “Teacher incentives and grade retention”.
At the BeNA Winter Workshop 2017, the BeNA Innovative Research Award was awarded to Rebecca Fehn (RWI Essen) for her paper “Decomposing returns to regional mobility”.
At the BeNA Summer Workshop 2017, the BeNA Innovative Research Award was awarded to Mathias Huebener (DIW Berlin and Freie Universität Berlin) for his paper “Parental Education and Children’s Health Behaviour: Causal Evidence from Changes in Compulsory Schooling”.
The 3rd BeNA Innovative Research Award goes to Arne Thomas (TU Berlin & ESMT) for his paper “When the Magic’s Gone: How Key Player Absence Affects Team Performance”, presented at the BeNA Summer Workshop 2016.
The 2nd BeNA Innovative Research Award was awarded to Christofer Schröder (previously: Humboldt University, currently: Stockholm School of Economics) for his paper “Labour Supply Effects of Commuting Costs in Germany”, presented in the BeNA seminar series in the academic year 2014/2015.
In the academic year 2013/2014, the BeNA Innovative Research Award 2014 was awarded to Nils Saniter (DIW Berlin) for his paper „Door Opener or Waste of Time? The Effects of Student Internships on Labor Market Outcomes“ (joint with Thomas Siedler).