Review of Industrial Organization 20: 203, 2002. Industrial Organization Society’s Fourth Annual Awards: Younger Scholar Best Paper Award To JOZEF KONINGS and PATRICK PAUL WALSH The award is for outstanding research by a younger scholar, as published in the Re- view of Industrial Organization during the previous year (in this instance between August 2000 and July 2001). “Younger” is deﬁned as less than 40 years of age, or with a Ph.D. awarded in the last 10 years. A committee of three evaluates the eligible papers, stressing criteria of original- ity, technical excellence, quality of exposition, and contribution to understanding of how the industrial economy functions. This year’s committee consisted of Robert M. Feinberg, John Scott and Don Siegel. The committee selected Jozef Konings and Patrick Paul Walsh to share the award for their paper, “The Impact of Product Market Competition on Employment Determination in Unionised and Non-Unionised Firms: Firm Level Evidence for the U.K.”, which appeared in the December 2000 issue. The award is accompanied by the following citation: The Industrial Organization Society is pleased to select Jozef Konings and Patrick Paul Walsh to share the award for the best article by a younger scholar to appear in the
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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