Mobarak Hossain: Diffusing De-standardisation’ Reforms Across Educational Systems in LMICs: The Case of the World Bank, 1965-2020
Lukas Lehner: Begging thy co-worker – Is Europe’s wage growth destined to slow further?
Mackenzie Martin: Measures of Facilitator Competent Adherence Used in Parenting Programs and Their Psychometric Properties: A Systematic Review
2019-20 Joint Winners:
Zuyi Fang: Parenting Programs That Address Physical Abuse in Childhood for Families of Children With Developmental Disabilities in Mainland China: Systematic Review and Meta-Regression.
Leonie Westhoff: Wage Differences Between Atypical and Standard Workers in European Countries: Moving Beyond Average Effects.
Caspar Kaiser & Nhat An Trinh for their joint paper: Positional, mobility and reference effects: How does social class affect life satisfaction in Europe?
Alexa Yakubovich: Long-term exposure to neighbourhood-level deprivation and the risk of experiencing intimate partner violence among women: a birth-cohort study in the United Kingdom.
Brittany Lange: A Systematic Review of the Association between the Childhood Sexual Abuse Experiences of Mothers and the Abuse Status of Their Children: Protection Strategies, Intergenerational Transmission, and Reactions to the Abuse of their Children.
2017-18 Joint Winners:
Janina Steinert: Household economic strengthening through saving and budgeting: evidence from a field experiment in South Africa.
Rosa von Gleichen: Varieties of Liberalism? A comparative analysis of family policy and poverty outcomes across the 50 United States.
2016-17 Joint Winners:
Bastian Betthauser: Fostering equality of opportunity? Compulsory schooling reform and social mobility in Germany.
Claudia Stoicescu: Intimate partner violence and HIV-related sexual risk behaviour among women who inject drugs in Indonesia: a respondent-driven sampling study.
2015-16 Joint Winners:
Julie Hennegan: Measuring the prevalence and impact of poor menstrual hygiene management: a quantitative survey of schoolgirls in rural Uganda.
Elona Toska: Is knowledge power? HIV-status disclosure and protective sexual practices among adolescent girls and boys in South Africa.
2014-15 Ali Naghieh: Rebuilding professional identity and community: addressing systemic stress generated by new public management.
2014-15 Jamie M. Lachman: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of a Parenting Program to Reduce Child Maltreatment in South Africa. The paper is now published in Child Abuse & Neglect.
2013-14 - Ke Meng: The Political Logic of China's Pension Reform (1997-2010): A Formal Model and its Empirical Tests and Barabara Zarate Tenorio for Social Spending Responses to Organized Labour and Mass Protests in Latin America, 1970-2007.
2012-13 - Rebecca Waller: Parenting as predictor of callous unemotional traits in young people: a systematic review. The paper is now published in the Clinical Psychology Review.
2011-12 - Sean Grant: The Reporting Quality of Complex Social Intervention Trials: A Systematic Review of Reporting Guidelines and Trial Publications and Rebecca Waller for Do harsh and positive parenting predict parent reports of deceitful-callous behaviour in early childhood?
2010-11 – Matt Morton: Empowerment-based non-formal education for Arab youth: A pilot randomised controlled trial.