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Young Economists’ Essay Awards

Young Economists’ Essay Awards

The purpose of the Young Economists' Essay Awards (YEEA) is to encourage young researchers to participate in the conference. The awards are given for exceptionally innovative and high-level papers written by researchers who

  • are under the age of 35
  • have completed their PhD less than 5 years ago.

For papers with multiple authors each author should satisfy both criteria.

Each year, one of the YEEAs is dedicated to the late Paul Geroski for the paper that makes the most significant policy contribution.

The winners in this year's YEEA competition are:

Paul Grieco (Pennsylvania State University) with the paper “Productivity and Quality in Health Care: Evidence from the Dialysis Industry”.

Marit Hinnosaar (Northwestern University) with the paper “Time Inconsistency and Alcohol Sales Restrictions”.

Christian Waibel (ETH Zurich) with the paper “Price Competition and Reputation in Credence Goods Markets: Experimental Evidence”, (8th EARIE Paul Geroski Prize for the most significant policy contribution).

The selection committee this year included John Asker, Luis Cabral, Liran Einav, Patrick Rey, Yossi Spiegel and Tommaso Valletti.

This year's YEEAs awards are sponsored by:

News

The slides of the presentations of the keynote speakers are now available. To see them, click on "Keynote sessions slides".

The slides of the presentations of the speakers of the invited session are now available. To see them, click on "Invited sessions slides".

EARIE 2013 Conference Photogallery is now available. To see it click here. If you want to see the slideshow click on the top left (it is fun, you should see). If you want to download a picture you have to be outside the slideshow. First click on the picture you want and then click on download.

We are pleased to announce the invited keynote speakers for EARIE 2013: Mathias Dewatripont (Université Libre de Bruxelles and National Bank of Belgium), Glenn Ellison (MIT) and Ali Hortaçsu (University of Chicago).



The EARIE 2013 Conference will include a few invited sessions in the programme. Confirmed invited sessions are: Evaluation of Research and Innovation: Marco Ottaviani (Bocconi University), Ignacio Palacios-Huerta (London School of Economics); Exclusivity: Massimo Motta (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Frank Verboven (KU Leuven); Health: Gautam Gowrisankaran (University of Arizona), Fiona Scott Morton (Yale University); Organizations: Wouter Dessein (Columbia University), Niko Matouscheck (Northwestern University); Privacy: Christina Fong (Carnegie Mellon University), Curtis Taylor (Duke University); and Reputation: Heski Bar-Isaac (University of Toronto), Ginger Zhe Jin (University of Maryland).