2023 Ostrom Prize shortlist
The following five articles for this year’s Elinor Ostrom Prize:
Birger Wernerfelt, “Diversified Firms: Existence and Behaviors”, JOIE 18(3): 345-360.
Alice Guerra, Francesco Parisi & Daniel Pi, “Liability for Robots I: Legal Challenges”, JOIE 18(3): 331-343 and “Liability for Robots II: An Economic Analysis”, JOIE 18(4): 553-568.
Marta Alonso, Nuno Palma & Beatriz Simon-Yarza, “The Value of Political Connections: Evidence from China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign”, JOIE 18(5): 785-805.
James Dean & Vincent Geloso, “Economic Freedom Improves Income Mobility: Evidence from Canadian Provinces, 1982-2018”, JOIE 18(5): 807-826.
Adam Crepelle, Tate Fegley, Ilia Murtazashvili & Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili, “Community Policing on American Indian Reservations: A Preliminary Investigation”, JOIE 18(5): 843-860.
From this year, the award is increasing from £1000 to £1500. Learn more about the Elinor Ostrom Prize here.
The announcement will be made at WINIR 2023 in Catania, Italy.
The members of the 2023 Ostrom Prize Committee are: Maria Brouwer, Daniel Cole, Christopher Coyne, David Dequech, Abigail Devereaux, Brett Frischmann, Roger Koppl, Sheilagh Ogilvie, Jochen Runde, Edella Schlager, and Mary Shirley.