Maria Hernandez de Benito and Umberto Muratori awarded the 2021 Razin Prize
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Maria Hernandez de Benito’s paper on “The Effect of Violent Crime on Intra-household Resource Allocation and Bargaining Power” and Umberto Muratori’s paper on “Knowledge Diffusion, Markups, and Cohorts of Firms” were chosen as the best research papers in a very tough competition.
We also would like to extend our congratulations to Maria’s thesis advisor, Professor Garance Genicot and to Umberto’s thesis advisor, Professor Toshi Mukoyama.
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