In recognition for their invaluable service, the editors of the Journal of Institutional Economics have decided to award a Reviewer of the Year Prize to outstanding reviewers.
The Elinor Ostrom Prize has been established in honour of the late Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom (1933-2012), who was an enormously creative scholar and an outstanding pioneer of the interdisciplinary field of institutional research.
The Journal of Institutional Economics has published (or will publish) several special issues and symposia. The journal also featured lead articles with invited commentaries.
WINIR sponsors the Journal of Institutional Economics (JOIE), a multi-disciplinary forum for research on economic institutions.
The winners of the 2023 Elinor Ostrom Prize are Adam Crepelle (Loyola University Chicago, USA), Tate Fegley (University of Pittsburgh, USA), Ilia Murtazashvili (University of Pittsburgh, USA) & Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili (University of Pittsburgh, USA) for their outstanding article on community policing on American Indian reservations.
The winners of the Reviewer of the Year Prize for 2022, awarded by the editors of the Journal of Institutional Economics in recognition of their outstanding service, are Ilia Murtazashvili (University of Pittsburgh, USA), Veeshan Rayamajhee (North Dakota State University, USA) and Rok Spruk (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia).
Five articles have made the shortlist for the 2023 Elinor Ostrom Prize, which will be announced at the WINIR Conference on Institutional Innovation & Evolution in Catania, Italy (20-23 September 2023. The award will be announced at WINIR 2023 in Catania, Italy.
The winners of the 2022 Elinor Ostrom Prize, which was announced at the WINIR Conference on Polycentric Governance (online) in September 2022, are Peter Grajzl (Washington and Lee University, USA) and Peter Murrell (University of Maryland, USA) for their impressive 2-part article exploring what machine learning can teach us about the history of English case and legal ideas.