The Carnevali Prize Committee (Dr. Paolo Di Martino, Dr. Anna Missiaia, Prof. Emanuele Felice) announces that the first edition of the prize was awarded to Giacomo Gabbuti, for his dissertation entitled “A Noi! Economic Inequality and the Political Economy of Italian Fascism". The prize (worth €500) was created during the first ASE Annual Meeting. Entitled to the memory of Professor Francesca Carnevali, it is awarded every year to the best dissertation (Bachelor or Master of Science level) in economic history, in any University in Italy or abroad.
Giacomo, a member of ASE, worked on his dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Brian A'Hearn, during his MPhil in Economic and Social History at University of Oxford, where he is currently a DPhil student. The motivations of the Committee will be disclosed during the next Annual Meeting, that will take place in September 2018. The meeting will be soon announced on this website, and through the ASE newsletter. For the moment, best of congratulations from ASE board and associates to Giacomo. The call for the second edition of the Prize is available in the prize section of this website.