An INFER best paper award has been awarded since 2007 for the best paper presented at the Annual Conference by a young economist under the age of 32 by the last day of the conference. In addition, since 2012 INFER has awarded a Joint Research Prize for the best jointly authored paper. The presenter must be an INFER member at the time of the Annual Conference. In 2015, INFER launched the Policy Research Prize for the best policy paper. The presenter must be an INFER member at the time of the Annual Conference and the paper must have a clear policy focus with relevant policy implications based on an excellent research methodology.


INFER Young Economist Award


INFER Joint Research Prize

 

INFER Policy Research Prize

  • 2015, Christian Oberst, Prosumer Preferences Regarding the Adoption of Micro-Generation Technologies: Empirical Evidence for German Homeowners.
  • 2016, Nathalie Picarelli, There Is No Free House. Low-Cost Housing & Labour Supply: Evidence from South-Africa.

 

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