Hicks-Tinbergen Award 2024 - Nominations Now Open
In 1991, the EEA created a medal to be awarded once every 2 years (even years) to the author(s) of an outstanding article published in the Association's journal during the two preceding years. It has been named the Hicks-Tinbergen medal to make it clear that the EEA stands for both theoretical and empirical work in economics in Europe. It was awarded for the first time in 1992 at the Dublin Congress.
The next award winner will be announced in April, 2024.
The EEA would like to involve its members in nominating a paper that is deserving of this award. For this reason, we ask you to take the time and consider all articles published in all JEEA issues of volumes 20 and 21 and send ONE nomination to the EEA central office at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31, 2024.
Nominations will be passed on to the Hicks-Tinbergen Selection Committee, which is composed of Romain Wacziarg, JEEA Managing Editor; Maristella Botticini, EEA Past President; and Imran Rasul, EEA Vice-President.
Hicks-Tinbergen webpage here