SER Best Article Prize

The SER Best Article Prize committee considers all peer-reviewed papers from the four issues of Socio-Economic published in the year preceding the SASE conference, including symposia papers, but not state of the art, discussion, or review forum papers.  The committee looks for papers that: 1) address substantive questions and issues that have far reaching implications and are of interest to a broad range of SER readers; 2) clearly and effectively engage prior theory and research; and 3) use state of the art research methods to analyze new or existing data sets in ways that either bring important new phenomena to light or substantially revise existing understanding of socio-economic facts, trends, or relationships.

To submit a paper for publication in Socio-Economic Review, consult the guidelines for submission and the review’s call for papers.