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The Austin Robinson Memorial Prize - Royal Economic Society

The Austin Robinson Memorial Prize - Royal Economic Society

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The Royal Economic Society Prize The Royal Economic Society introduced this prize in 1990, the year of the Centenary Volume, and awarded it to the author of the best non-solicited paper published in The Economic Journal over the two-year period 1988-89. This format for the prize continued until 1996 when the prize became annual and the money was increased to £3000. A small committee consisting of the RES President, a representative of The Economic Journal editorial board and one member of the Society Council appointed by them, awards the prize in the year following publication. The 2011 RES Prize for the best non-solicited paper published in The Economic Journal has been awarded to Loukas Karabarbounis of the University of Chicago for his paper, ‘One Dollar, One Vote’, vol 121, p621. The next Royal Economic Society Prize of £3,000 will be for the best paper in The Economic Journal for the year 2012. A list of previous awards can be found on the RES website http://www.res.org.uk/view/RESprizeEconomic.html The Austin Robinson Memorial Prize This annual prize of £2000 was launched in 2007 and is awarded for the best non-solicited paper published in The Economic Journal by an author who is within five years of completing their PhD. The winner is chosen by the current Economic Journal editors. The 2011 Austin Robinson Prize for the best non-solicited paper published in The Economic Journal has been awarded to Guy Michaels of the LSE for his paper ‘The Long Term Consequences of Resource-Based Specialisation’, vol 121, p31. The next Austin Robinson Memorial Prize of £2,000 will be for the best paper published in The Economic Journal by an author within five years of completing their PhD for the year 2012 A list of previous awards can be found on the RES website http://www.res.org.uk/view/austinrobinsonprizeEconomic.html 20

The Economic Journal Referee Prize The Economic Journal depends greatly on the service of its many referees for the functioning of the peer review process. While many referees help us tremendously with their comments, some of our referees contribute beyond the call of duty through their thoroughness and constructive feedback to the authors. This service in the profession rarely gets acknowledged. Starting in 2010, the Economic Journal now recognises the contribution of these exceptional referees with an annual referee prize of £500. We thank all of them for their outstanding support of the Journal, and the service they have provided to the authors. 21 2011 Winners: Francesco Fasani, Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE-CSIC) Ethan Ilzetzki, London School of Economics Julia Lane, National Science Foundation (NSF) Gernot Müller, University of Bonn Giacomo Ponzetto, CREi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Justin Rao, Yahoo! Research Burkhard Schipper, University of California, Davis Andrew Shephard, Princeton University Johannes van Biesebroeck, University of Toronto David Vines, University of Oxford The next Economic Journal Referee Prizes will be for 2012. A list of the first, 2010 winners can be found on the RES website http://www.res.org.uk/view/EJrefereeprizeEconomic.html

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