Best Paper Prize
International Journal of the Economics of Business
About the prize
International Journal of the Economics of Business (IJEB) presents original, peer reviewed research in microeconomics that is clearly applicable to business or related public policy issues. Annually, the Editors of IJEB choose one article from those published that year to be named ‘Best Paper’.
You can browse the winning articles below.
Prize Winning Papers
|2019||Dirk Crass, Dirk Czarnitzki & Andrew A. Toole||The Dynamic Relationship Between Investments in Brand Equity and Firm Profitability: Evidence Using Trademark Registrations||26||1|
|2018||Kristie Briggs and David L. Buehler||An Analysis of Technologically Radical Innovation and Breakthrough Patents||25||3|
|2017||Oyvind Thomassen||An Empirical Model of Automobile Engine Variant Pricing||24||3|
|2016||Morten Hviid and Matthew Olczak||Raising Rivals’ Fixed Costs||23||1|
|2015||Keith M. Drake, Martha A. Starr and Thomas G. McGuire||Do “Reverse Payment” Settlements Constitute an Anticompetitive Pay-for-Delay?||22||2|
|2014||Jason E. Taylor , Mona Moldoveanu and Jerry L. Taylor||Product Characteristics and the Effectiveness of Dow’s Countermeasure for Predatory Pricing||20||1|