In the 27th EBES Conference – Bali, the best paper award went to
“Subjects in the Lab, Activists in the Field: Public Goods and Punishment” by Chetan Dave from University of Alberta, Canada; Sjur Hamre from Duke University, U.S.A.; Curtis Kephart from R-Studio, New York University Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.; and Alicja Katarzyna Reuben from New York University Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
We would like to thank to Professor John Rust from Georgetown University, USA for his generous support to the Best Paper Award.
Runner-up paper is “Non-organized Boycott: Alliance Advantage and Free Riding Incentives in Uneven Wars of Attrition” by Yi Zheng from University of Helsinki, Finland.
Third paper is “General Equilibrium Modeling for Economic Policy Analysis: A Conceptual Framework” by Truong Hong Trinh from University of Economics – The University of Danang, Vietnam.