Reinhard Selten Prize Winners

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2017:

Marie Lechler (LMU) und Lachlan McNamee (Stanford University)

for their paper: 
"Decentralized Depotism? Indirect Colonial Rule Undermines Contemporary Democratic Attitudes"

The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2017 in Vienna.

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2016:

Ulrich Glogowsky (LMU)

for his paper: 
"Behavioral Responses to Wealth Transfer Taxation: Bunching Evidence from Germany."

The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2016 in Augsburg.

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2015:

Jens Wrona (Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics) for his paper: 
"Border Effects without Borders"

The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2015 in Münster.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2014:

Florian Sarnetzki und Andreas Dzemski (beide Universität Mannheim) for their paper: 
"Overidentification test in a nonparametric treatment model with unobserved heterogeneity"

The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2014 in Hamburg.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2013:

Christian Michel (Universität Mannheim) for his paper: 
"Identification and Estimation of Intra-Firm and Industry Competition via Ownership Change"

The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2013 in Dusseldorf.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winners 2012:

Sebastian Findeisen (Universität Zürich) und Dominik Sachs (Universität Konstanz) for their paper: 
"Education and Optimal Dynamic Taxation"

The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2012 in Gottingen.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winners 2011:

Eva Hoppe und David Kusterer (beide Universität zu Köln) for their paper: 
"Conflicting Tasks and Moral Hazard: Theory and Experimental Evidence."

Nora Szech (Universität Bonn) for her paper: 
"Tie-Breaks and Bid-Caps in All-Pay Auctions."



The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2011 in Frankfurt/Main.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2010:

Fabian Waldinger (University of Warwick) for his paper: 
"Peer Effects in Science." 



The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2010 in Kiel.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winners 2009:

Jan Heufer (TU Dortmund) for his paper: 
"Stochastic Revealed Preferences and Rationalizability."

David Stadelmann (University of Fribourg) for his paper: 
"Which Factor Capitalize into House Prices? A Bayesian Averaging Approach."



The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2009 in Magdeburg.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winners 2008:

Conny Wunsch (Universität St. Gallen) for her paper: 
"Optimal Use of Labour Market Policies."

Olaf Posch (University of Arhus) for his paper: 
"Explaining output volatility: The case of taxation." 



The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2008 in Graz.

 

Reinhard Selten Award Winner 2007:

Gabriel Felbermayer (Universität Tübingen) for his paper:
"International trade and the political economy of transport infrastructure investment"



The prize was awarded on the VfS Annual Conference 2007in Munich.

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