Best Paper by a Junior Author

The award is for outstanding research by a younger scholar, as published in the Review of Industrial Organization during the previous year and presented at the annual International Industrial Organization Conference.

2020: Ana Georgina Marin and Rainer Schwabe , Bank Competition and Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Mexico.  This prize will be awarded at the IIOC 2021 in Boston April 9-11.

Taehwan Kim, “Price Competition and Market Segmentation in Retail Gasoline: New Evidence from South Korea” November 2018

Mons Chan, University of Minnesota, How Substitutable are Labor and Intermediates (2018)

Stephanie Lee, Foster School of Business – University of Washington Does Bundling Decrease the Probability of Switching Telecommunication Service Providers? Vol. 50, (2017)

Andrew Smyth, Marquette University, Competition, Cost Innovation, and X-inefficiency in Experimental Markets 48, no. 3, 2016

Zhao Zhao He, University of Kansas for Rivalry, Market Structure and Innovation: The Case of Mobile Banking July 2015.

Maya Meidan, Compass Lexecon for The Heterogeneous Effects of Trade Protection: A Study of US Antidumping Duties on Portland Cement June 2013.

Bedri Kamil Onur Tas, Rasim Ozcan, Ilke Onur,Public Procurement Auctions and Competition in Turkey, May 2012.
Volodymyr Bilotkach.Multimarket Contact and Intensity of Competition: Evidence from an Airline Merger, February 2011.

Adam Rennhoff. The Consequences of Consideration Payments: Lessons from Radio Payola, March 2010.

H. Evren Damar. Why Do Payday Lenders Enter Local Markets? Evidence from Oregon, March 2009, pp. 173-191.

Marco Castaneda and Dino Falaschetti.Does a Hospital’s Profit Status Affect its Operational Scope? 33 (2), September 2008, pp. 129-159.

Mikhail S. Kouliavtsev. Measuring the extent of structural remedy in Section 7 settlements: Was the US DOJ successful in the 1990s? (30) 1, February 2007.

Stephane Caprice. Multilateral vertical contracting with an alternative supply: welfare effects of a ban on price discrimination 28(1), February 2006.

Orietta Marsili. Technology and the size distribution of firms: evidence from Dutch manufacturing 27(4), December 2005, pp. 303-328.

Helder Vasconcelos. Entry effects on cartel stability and the Joint Executive Committee 24(3), May 2004, pp. 219-241.

Michael J. Mazzeo. Competition and Service Quality in the U.S. Airline Industry 22(4), June 2003, pp. 385-394.

Claudio Piga. Debt and firms relationships: the Italian evidence 20(3), May 2002, pp. 267-282.

Jozef Konings and Patrick Paul Walsh. The impact of product market competition on employment determination in unionised and non-unionised firms: firm level evidence for the UK 17(4), December 2000, pp. 385-394.

In Kwon Lee. Non-cooperative tacit collusion, complementary bidding and incumbency premium 15(2), September 1999, pp. 115-34.

Philippe Cyrenne. On antitrust enforcement and the deterrence of collusive behaviour 14(3), May 1999, pp. 257-272.

Rachel E. Goodhue. Sustaining collusion with a fuzzy trigger 13(3), June 1998, pp. 333-345.