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This 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.

Best Paper by a Junior Author Winners:

  • Lihi Dery (Ariel University), Dror Hermel (U of Toronto), Artyom Jelnov (Ariel University) Cheating in Ranking Systems, The Review of Industrial Organization 2021, Volume 58. 2022 IIOC.
  • Kevin Bryan (Toronto Rotman) and Erik Hovenkamp (USC Law), Antitrust Limits on Startup Acquisitions. 2021.
  • Ana Georgina Marin and Rainer Schwabe, Bank Competition and Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Mexico.   2020.
  • 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.