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18th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics 23-24 May 2019. Paris

Cem Ertur Prize

A special session dedicated to the Cem Ertur prize will be organized in the 18th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics, where selected applicants will present their contributions. They will benefit from an extended time for presentation and a thorough discussion by a senior researcher.

Prof. Cem Ertur

Cem Ertur

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Prof. Cem Ertur passed away on October 2016. His research, published in the world leading journals, was dedicated to spatial econometrics, international economics and growth economics. Cem Ertur was a founding member of the International Workshop in Spatial Econometrics and Statistics and organized it several times.  Cem has always been convinced by the importance of knowledge transmission, which motivates a prize in his memory dedicated to the work of a  young researcher that will be presented in the workshop.

For further information of his research and career, please see the Lettre du LÉO, the letter of his Research Unit the Laboratoire d’Économie d’Orléans (LÉO) or his publications on his Google Scholar Page

Cem Ertur Prize

To honor the memory of Prof. Cem Ertur, a prize was created during the 16th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics (held in Avignon in 2017). The Cem Ertur Prize aims to recognize and honor outstanding research by a junior researcher related to spatial econometrics. This prize is given to a young researcher that presents a very promising article during the workshop. A committee composed of the organizers of previous editions of the workshop selects the best paper presented. This committee ranks contributions based on referee reports and their own reading of the papers. Traditionally, the prize winner is announced during the workshop dinner.

How to apply to the Cem Ertur Prize?

During the 18th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics, a special session dedicated to the Cem Ertur Prize will be organized, where selected applicants will present their contributions. They will benefit from an extended time for presentation and a thorough discussion by a senior researcher.

Contributions eligible for the prize can be theoretical or empirical. Senior researchers in the field will carefully review all contributions to the prize. Criteria considered for the prize are the following:

  • originality of the paper,
  • contribution to the literature,
  • potential for the paper to open new research agenda,
  • quality of writing,
  • quality of the presentation during the workshop.

Only full papers written in English by young researchers (PhD students and young scholars in academic position for less than 5 years) may compete to the prize. For co-authored papers, this rule applies to all authors. When submitting the paper to the prize, a proof of the PhD defense year will have to be provided.

The winner of the Cem Ertur Prize will received a 500€ reward.

If you want to apply to the Cem Ertur Prize, you must indicate it when you submit your article.

If you need further information, please send an email to sew2019@inra.fr.

Prize winner in 2018

In 2018, the second Cem Ertur Prize was announced during the 17th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics in Dijon. The laureate was Abhimanyu Gupta.

Abhimanyu Gupta

Laureate of the Cem Ertur Prize 2018 : Abhimanyu Gupta
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