Eleonora Priori (cycle 33): Winner of the 10th Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award with her paper “Simulating a basic income to cope with the technological transition: An agent-based model”, 2022.

Noemi Oggero (cycle 32): Best PhD Thesis in Economics for her thesis “Essays on Applied Economics”, XX Edition, Italian Economic Association (SIE), 2021.

Giuseppe Pernagallo (cycle 35) is one of the winners of the award attributed by Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna among the participants to the seasonal school on “Economics of Innovation and Technological Change” (2021).

Collegio Carlo Alberto & University of Torino have been chosen as one of our “Top 3 Places to Do a PhD” in the 2021 INOMICS Awards. The Awards recognise Institutions based on their reputation and attraction for INOMICS users. See the announcement on the Inomics Handbook 2021 (page 22).

Giacomo Plevani (cycle 34): recipient of one of the 2021 EIEF grants with his project “Intergenerational Mobility in Urban Environments”.

Gianluca Orsatti (cycle 30): “Prof. Fabio Gobbo” Doctoral Award for the paper “Public R&D and green knowledge diffusion: Evidence from patent citation data“, Italian Society of Industrial Economics (SIEPI), 2020.

Luca Favero and Giuseppe Pernagallo (both in cycle 35): special mention at the contest for ideas “Un settore pubblico acceleratore di sviluppo” organized by lavoce.info for the following proposal/article, 2020.

Collegio Carlo Alberto ranked 2nd in the category ‘Best Place to Do a PhD’ in the INOMICS Awards 2020. The Awards recognise Institutions based on their reputation and attraction for INOMICS users. See the announcement on the Inomics Handbook 2020 (page 22).

Collegio Carlo Alberto received an “honorable mention” in the category ‘Best Place to Do a PhD’ in the INOMICS Awards 2019. The Awards recognise Institutions based on their reputation and attraction for INOMICS users.

Giulia Chersoni (cycle 33): Young Environmental Economist Award from IAERE (Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists), 2020. 

Elena Grinza (cycle 28): Young Italian Economist Award, III Edition, for her paper “Worker Flows, Reallocation Dynamics, and Firm Productivity: New Evidence from Longitudinal Matched Employer-Employee Data”, Italian Economic Association (SIE), 2019.

Enrica Maria Martino (cycle 29): “Valeria Solesin” prize for her PhD thesis “The Labor Cost of Motherhood: Is a Shorter Leave Helpful?”, 2018.

Daniela Piazzalunga (cycle 27): UWIN Best Paper Award on Gender Economics, Unicredit and Universities, 2017.

Elena Grinza (cycle 28): “Prof. Fabio Gobbo” Doctoral Award for the paper “The Impact of Workers’ Replacements on Firm Productivity: New Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Panel Data“, Italian Society of Industrial Economics (SIEPI), 2016.

Daniela Piazzalunga (cycle 27): Best PhD Thesis in Economics for her thesis “Women at Work“, XVI Edition, Italian Economic Association (SIE), 2016.