Rules for the EAEPE - William Kapp Prize Competition
EAEPE invites you to submit a recently published article to the annual EAEPE-Kapp Prize competition.
The closing date for the 2023 EAEPE-Kapp Prize competition is April 17th, 2023.
Submissions should be papers published in a scholarly journal on a theme broadly in accord with the EAEPE Theoretical Perspectives, consisting of a minimum of 5000 words and normally not exceeding 12000 words, published in advanced access or in a journal issue in 2022.
Only one entry per author will be considered. At least one of the co-authors must be a paid-up EAEPE member in the year of the competition, and at least one co-author of each submission must commit to attend EAEPE's 2023 annual conference.
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 participate, including as a coauthor.
A single PDF file should be sent to the EAEPE Prize Coordinators:
- Caroline Vincensini, IDHES-Cachan UMR CNRS, email: email@example.com
- Yannis Dafermos, SOAS University of London, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sending your entry to the wrong address will result in a delay that may make you miss the deadline. EAEPE will not be held responsible for submissions that are dispatched to the wrong address.
The EAEPE Council will judge all the EAEPE prize submissions. The Council reserves the right not to award a prize if the entries are below the required quality. The applicants will be informed by 17th of July 2023.
Authors can participate only in one EAEPE Prize competition each year.