EAEPE runs three prizes: the EAEPE-Kapp Prize (formerly known as the K. William Kapp Prize and the EAEPE Prize) and the EAEPE-Myrdal Prize (formerly known as the Gunnar Myrdal Prize) since 1992, and the EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize (formerly known as the Herbert Simon Young Scholar Prize) since 2001.
Awarded annually for the best published article on a theme broadly in accord with the EAEPE Theoretical Perspectives.
Amount: 1000 € (funded by EAEPE).
Awarded annually for the best published monograph (i.e. book, excluding multi-authored collections of essays) on a theme broadly in accord with the EAEPE Theoretical Perspectives.
Amount: 2000 € (funded by EAEPE).
EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize
The EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize is awarded annually for the best conference paper by a young scholar.
Amount: 1000 € (funded by EAEPE).
Rules for the EAEPE-Kapp Prize and the EAEPE-Myrdal Prize
The closing date for the 2013 EAEPE-Kapp Prize and EAEPE-Myrdal Prize competitions is 1 March 2013.
Submissions should be texts no older than 2 years (e.g. no older than 1 January 2011 for the 2013). Submissions for the EAEPE-Kapp Prize need to be papers published in a scholarly journal consisting of a minimum 5000 words and normally not exceeding 12000 words.
Only one entry per author will be considered.
All candidates, i.e. authors, must be fully paid-up members of EAEPE for the year of the competition. Any member of the EAEPE Council or Trustee of the Foundation for European Economic Development (FEED) serving at any time from 1 January of the year before the year of competition to 1 July of the year of the competition inclusive shall be ineligible to enter.
Five non-returnable paper copies or a PDF should be submitted for the EAEPE-Kapp Prize.
Four non-returnable copies should be submitted for the EAEPE-Myrdal Prize.Entries should be sent to the EAEPE Prize Competition Coordinator:
Université de Lausanne
CH - 1015 Lausanne
Sending your entry to the wrong address will result in a delay. You may thus miss the 1 January deadline. EAEPE will not be held responsible for submissions that are dispatched to the wrong address.
It is planned that the EAEPE Council will judge both prizes by April of each year. The Council reserves the right not to award a prize if the entries are below the required quality.
Both prizes will be awarded at the Annual EAEPE Conference.
Rules for EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize
The closing date for the EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize is October 15 of each year.
No applicant shall have reached his or her 35th birthday in the year of the prize award (those who are within 3 years after completion of their PhD may also be considered).
Only one entry per author will be considered. In the case of two or more co-authors the above criterion applies to all authors.
Applicants must be fully paid-up EAEPE members as of September 1st of the year of the competition. All applicants must have the abstract of their paper accepted for the EAEPE Conference and must submit the electronic version of their paper by the advertised due date for inclusion on the EAEPE website. Applicants will be prompted for their age and if they wish to have their paper considered for the prize. They must attend and present their paper at the Annual EAEPE Conference of that year.
Entries should be sent to the EAEPE Prize Competition Coordinator, Jean-Christophe Graz (email@example.com).
The Council reserves the right not to award a prize if the entries are below the required quality.
The prize will be awarded at the Annual EAEPE Conference.