Global Award

Introducing the award

The International Journal of Industrial Organization Best Paper Award (formerly the Paul Geroski Best Paper Award) is awarded to the best two papers published in the International Journal of Industrial Organization each year.

The award was established in 2007 and first awarded in 2007 for papers published in the year 2006. The award is named after Professor Paul Geroski who served as co-Managing Editor of the IJIO from 1987-1992, and who passed away in 2005.

The award consists of a monetary amount.

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Winners

The winners of the 2012 award are:

Previous Winners

2011

Juan Esteban Carranza
Product Innovation and Adoption in Market Equilibrium: The Case of Digital Cameras
International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 28, Issue 6, November 2010, Pages 604-618
Juan Esteban Carranza: Scopus profile

Brent Hickman
On the pricing rule in electronic auctions
International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 28, Issue 5, September 2010, Pages 423-433

2010

Kenneth S. Corts, Mara Lederman
Software exclusivity and the scope of indirect network effects in the U.S. home video game market
International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 27, Issue 2, March 2009, Pages 121-136
Kenneth S. Corts: Scopus profile
Mara Lederman: Scopus profile

Sarit Markovich, Johannes Moenius
Winning while losing: Competition dynamics in the presence of indirect network effects
International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 27, Issue 3, May 2009, Pages 346-357
Sarit Markovich: Scopus profile
Johannes Moenius: Scopus profile

2009

Lesley Chiou
The timing of movie releases: Evidence from the home video industry

International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 26, Issue 5, September 2008, Pages 1059-1073
Lesley Chiou: Scopus profile

Robert C. Marshall, Leslie M. Marx, Matthew E. Raif
Cartel price announcements: The vitamins industry

International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 26, Issue 3, May 2008, Pages 762-802
Robert C. Marshall: Scopus profile
Leslie M. Marx: Scopus profile

2008

Yi Deng
The effects of patent regime changes: A case study of the European patent officeInternational Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 25, Issue 1, February 2007, Pages 121-138
Yi Deng: Scopus profile

Hal R. Varian
Position auctionsInternational Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 25, Issue 6, December 2007, Pages 1163-1178
Hal R. Varian: Scopus profile

2007

Ahmed Khwaja, Frank Sloan, Martin Salm
Evidence on preferences and subjective beliefs of risk takers: The case of smokersInternational Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 24, Issue 4, July 2006, Pages 667-682
Ahmed Khwaja: Scopus profile
Frank Sloan: Scopus profile
Martin Salm: Scopus profile

Helder Vasconcelos
Indogenous mergers in endogenous sunk cost industriesInternational Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 24, Issue 2, March 2006, Pages 227-250
Helder Vasconcelos: Scopus profile

Background

This prize is awarded to the best two papers published in the International Journal of Industrial Organization each year.

The award was established in 2007 and first awarded in 2007 for papers published in the year 2006. The award is named after Professor Paul Geroski who served as co-Managing Editor of the IJIO from 1987-1992, and who passed away in 2005.

Application Process

Criteria

The two best papers published in the International Journal of Industrial Organization each year. The criteria are pre-defined by the Editors and papers shortlisted by a voting committee.

Selection Process

This is a closed nominations process: the papers are selected by the editorial board of the journal and the board is required to select winners from papers published in the journal the previous year.

The prize winners are announced in the last journal issue of the year (for articles appearing in the previous year’s volume of International Journal of Industrial Organization).

Contact

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Award and Ceremony

The award consists of a monetary amount.