The David Teece Prize in Industrial Organisation and Firm Behaviour is a newly-established award made possible through the generous support of the Berkeley Research Group.
The prize will be awarded to the paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Economists annual conference that is deemed to make the best contribution to the study of industrial organisation and/or firm behaviour. Papers need not be applied to New Zealand, but preference will be given to those that demonstrate their results are relevant for New Zealand.
This $2,500 award is sponsored by Berkeley Research Group.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
Any paper that contributes to industrial organisation and/or firm behaviour may be entered in this competition.
Paper submission must meet all of the deadlines for abstract and full paper submission in order to remain eligible.
Entrants must be able to attend and present their paper at the NZAE Conference. The presentation may be either an Oral Presentation or Poster Presentation.
When submitting the abstract also select entry into this competition through the conference website.
It is the written paper that will be judged based on the following criteria: relevance to the fields of industrial organisation and/or firm behaviour; the quality of economic analysis; and relevance to New Zealand.
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