In the 28th EBES Conference – Coventry, the best paper award went to
“Does the Digital Gap Matter? Estimating the Impact of ICT on Productivity in Developing Countries” by Ronia Hawash from Butler University, U.S.A. and Guenter Lang from Kuehne Logistics University, Germany.
We would like to thank to Professor John Rust from Georgetown University for his generous support to the Best Paper Award.
Runner-up paper is “Making Sense of the Global-Momentum Trading Strategies” by Alain Wouassom from Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom; Gulnur Muradoglu, from Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom; and Nicholas Tsitsianis from Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.
Third paper is “Futures Crude Oil Prices as Predictors of Spot Prices: Lessons from the Foreign Exchange Market” by Imad Moosa from RMIT, Australia.