Rationality and Society Call for Awards Nominations

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Rationality and Society section award for best article in 2015

Nominations, including self-nominations, are encouraged for theoretical or empirical works in the rational choice tradition broadly construed, including alternative decision theoretic frameworks and applications of theory to empirical problems. Eligible articles must have been published in 2013 - 2014. Nominations should be submitted by email to Jacob Dijkstra (j.dijkstra@rug.nl) by March 1, 2015. Please include author’s name(s), institutional affiliation and institutional address, and full contact information including preferred email address, telephone number(s) and mailing address.

 

Rationality and Society section award for best paper by a graduate student in 2015

Nominations, including self-nominations, are encouraged for theoretical or empirical works in the rational choice tradition broadly construed, including alternative decision theoretic frameworks and applications of theory to empirical problems. Eligible authors are students currently enrolled in a graduate program who will not have received the PhD at the time of the ASA meeting, August 22-25, 2015. Multi-authored papers are eligible if none of the authors has a PhD. Nominations should be submitted by email to Marcel van Assen (M.A.L.M.vanAssen@uvt.nl). by March 1, 2015. Nominations should include two electronic files: (1) A cover page with the paper title, paper abstract, author's name(s), institutional affiliation and institutional address, the name of the author's faculty advisor, and full contact information including preferred email address, telephone number(s) and mailing address. (2) The nominated paper, double-spaced, beginning with title and abstract but with author's name and other identifying information removed.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NOMINEES MUST BE REGISTERED MEMBERS OF THE ASA
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SECTION AWARDS