THE IJIO BEST PAPER AWARD
In 1983, the first volume of the International Journal of Industrial Organization (IJIO) was published – and for many years (until 2008), the journal was included as part of the EARIE annual membership benefits package. The IJIO is an international venture that aims at full coverage of theoretical and empirical questions in industrial organization. This includes classic questions of strategic behavior and market structure. The journal also seeks to publish articles dealing with technological change, internal organization of firms, regulation, antitrust and productivity analysis. IJIO recognizes the need to allow for diversity of perspectives and research styles in industrial organization and encourages submissions in theoretical work, empirical work, and case studies. IJIO will also occasionally publish symposia on topical issues, as well as other special issues.
As of 2007, authors of the two best papers published in the IJIO volume of the previous year win a money prize, sponsored and selected by the IJIO Editorial Board. This award was initially named The Paul Geroski Best Paper Prize in memory of Paul Geroski (IJIO Co-Managing Editor, 1987-1992) who passed away in 2005; however, to avoid confusion with an EARIE best paper prize (YEEA) also dedicated to Paul Geroski, in 2013 the IJIO award reverted back to its generic name. Winners of the International Journal of Industrial Organization Best Paper Award are selected by the journal editors and announced in the last IJIO issue of each year.
IJIO 2020 Winners
Guillermo Marshall, Alvaro Parra
Innovation and Competition: The Role of the Product Market.
[IJIO, Vol. 65, July 2019, pp. 221-247]
Christopher R. Knittel, Konstantinos Metaxoglou, André Trindade
Environmental implications of market structure: Shale gas and electricity markets.
[IJIO, Vol. 63, March 2019, pp. 511-550]
IJIO 2019 Winners
Luke Garrod, Matthew Olczak
Explicit vs tacit collusion: The effects of firm numbers and asymmetries.
[IJIO, Vol. 56, January 2018, pp. 1-25]
Mauricio J. Varela
The costs of growth: Accelerated growth and crowd-out in the Mexican supermarket industry.
[IJIO, Vol. 61, November 2018, pp. 1-52]
IJIO 2018 Winners
Hyunchul Kim, Kyoo il Kim
Estimating store choices with endogenous shopping bundles and price uncertainty.
[IJIO, Vol. 54, September 2017, pp. 1-36]
Serge Moresi, Marius Schwartz
Strategic incentives when supplying to rivals with an application to vertical firm structure.
[IJIO, Vol. 51, March 2017, pp. 137-161]
IJIO 2017 Winners
Carlo Reggiani, Tommaso Valletti
Net neutrality and innovation at the core and at the edge.
[IJIO, Vol. 45, March 2016, pp. 16-27]
Structural estimation of price adjustment costs in the European car market.
[IJIO, Vol. 49, November 2016, pp. 105-147]
IJIO 2016 Winners
Roberto Burguet, Ramon Caminal, Matthew Ellman
In Google we trust?
[IJIO, Vol. 39, March 2015, pp. 44-55]
Florin Maican, Matilda Orth
A dynamic analysis of entry regulations and productivity in retail trade.
[IJIO, Vol. 40, May 2015, pp. 67-80]
IJIO 2015 Winners
Duarte Brito, Ricardo Ribeiro, Helder Vasconcelos
Measuring unilateral effects in partial horizontal acquisitions.
[IJIO, Vol. 33, March 2014, pp. 22-36]
Rosa-Branca Esteves, Carlo Reggiani
Elasticity of demand and behavior-based price discrimination.
[IJIO, Vol. 32, January 2014, pp. 46-56]
IJIO 2014 Winners
Peter Arcidiacono, Paul B. Ellickson, Peter Landry, David B. Ridley
[IJIO, Vol. 31, Issue 5, September 2013, pp. 538-553]
Search engines: Left side quality versus right side profits.
[IJIO, Vol. 31, Issue 6, November 2013, pp. 690-701]
IJIO 2013 Winners
Luís Cabral, Arthur Fishman
Business as usual: A consumer search theory of sticky prices and asymmetric price adjustment.
[IJIO, July 2012, 30(4): 371-376]
Matthew S. Lewis
Price leadership and coordination in retail gasoline markets with price cycles.
[IJIO, July 2012, 30(4): 342-351]
IJIO 2012 Winners
Katherine Ho, Joy Ishii
Location and competition in retail banking.
[IJIO, September 2011, 29(5): 537-546]
Brand-specific tastes for quality.
[IJIO, September 2011, 29(5): 562-575]
IJIO 2011 Winners
Juan Esteban Carranza
Product innovation and adoption in market equilibrium: The case of digital cameras.
[IJIO, November 2010, 28(6): 604-618]
On the pricing rule in electronic auctions.
[IJIO, September 2010, 28(5): 423-433]
IJIO 2010 Winners
Kenneth S. Corts, Mara Lederman
Software exclusivity and the scope of indirect network effects in the U.S. home video game market.
[IJIO, March 2009, 27(2): 121-136]
Sarit Markovich, Johannes Moenius
Winning while losing: Competition dynamics in the presence of indirect network effects.
[IJIO, May 2009, 27(3): 346-357]
IJIO 2009 Winners
The timing of movie releases: Evidence from the home video industry.
[IJIO 2008, 26(5): 1059-1073]
Robert C. Marshall, Leslie M. Marx, Matthew E. Raiff
Cartel price announcements: The vitamins industry.
[IJIO 2008, 26(3): 762-802]
IJIO 2008 Winners
H. R. Varian
[IJIO 2007, 25(6): 1163-1178]
The effects of patent regime changes: A case study of the European patent office.
[IJIO 2007, 25(1): 121-138]
IJIO 2007 Winners
Endogenous mergers in endogenous sunk cost industries.
[IJIO 2006, 24(2): 227-250]
Khwaja, Sloan, & Salm
Evidence on preferences and subjective beliefs of risk-takers: The case of cigarettes.
[IJIO 2006, 24(4): 667-682]