The ITEA Annual Conference (Kuhmo Nectar) features two paper prizes:
- Best Paper by a Junior Researcher Prize
- Best Overall Paper Prize
Eligibility requirements for these prizes and the monetary amounts awarded have been determined on a yearly basis by the Conference Scientific Committee.
At the ITEA Annual Conference in Santiago, Chile, June 15-17, 2016, the Best Paper by a Junior Researcher Prize was awarded to Yoon Sang Moon of the University at Buffalo for the paper “Internal Structure of Consumer Cities: Core and Subcenters”. The Best Overall Paper Prize was jointly awarded to Tiziana D’Alfonso of Sapienza University of Rome for the paper “An incentive pricing mechanism for efficient airport slot allocation in Europe”, and Eren Inci of Sabanci University for the paper “Unbundling Curbside Parking Costs from Housing Prices and Rents”. Congratulations to the winners!
Winners at the 2015 conference in Oslo were Wei Liu and Nikolas Geroliminis, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, for the best paper by a young researcher, and Mogens Fosgerau, Technical University of Denmark, for the best overall paper.
Winners at the 2014 conference in Toulouse were Anders Munk-Nielsen, PhD Student at Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, for the best paper by a young researcher, and Achim Czerny, then at WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management and now at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Anming Zhang, University of British Columbia, for the best overall paper.
Winners at the 2013 conference in Chicago were Alejandro Molnar, PhD student at Stanford, now at Vanderbilt University, for the best paper by a young researcher, and Jonathan D. Hall, then at Northwestern University and now at the University of Toronto, for the best overall paper.
Winners at the 2012 conference in Berlin were Antonio Russo of the Toulouse School of Economics for the best paper by a young researcher, and Daniel Coublucq, Marc Ivaldi and Gerard McCullough also of the Toulouse School of Economics for the best overall paper.
We were proud to choose two young attendees at Kuhmo Nectar conferences to present research papers at the conference, Transport and Society, in Leipzig, Germany, in May 2011 with scholarships funded by the International Transport Forum (ITF). They are Yang Liu of Northwestern University, and Vincent van den Berg, VU University, Amsterdam.