Juan Luis Londoño Prize

 JUAN LUIS LONDOÑO PRIZE

 

LACEA's Londoño Prize is designed to honor the memory and contribution of Juan Luis Londoño, and to encourage high quality and policy relevant research on socioeconomic issues relevant to Latin America.

 
Criteria and Procedures 

i.       The prize will be awarded to the best paper presented at the LACEA's Annual Conference on social policy by young researchers relevant to Latin America and close to the research and policy interest of Juan Luis Londoño. 

ii.        The prize will be awarded in odd years. 

iii.    The Conference organizers will choose the winner, and there will be a toast and a medal awarded.

iv.     The selection will become effective automatically.

v.   The winner of the LACEA Londoño Prize will have all the travel expenses covered, including air tickets in economy class and standard accommodation.

 

Previous Recipients of the Juan Luis Londoño Prize 

 

2015 Paper: "Educational, Labor Market and Fiscal Impacts of Scolarships for Private Secondary School: Evidence from Colombia"
Co-authors: Eric Bettinger (Stanford) 
                  Michael Kremer (Harvard University) 

                        Maurice Kugler (UNDP) 

                        Carlos Medina (Banco de la República - Colombia) 

                        Christian Posso (Banco de la República - Colombia)

                        Juan Esteban Saavedra (University of Southern California)

 

2013 Francois Bourguignon (PSE)