2013 Harberger Award to Greenberg, Deitch, and Hamilton for best retrospective paper
The JBCA is pleased to announce the winner of the 2013 Arnold Harberger Prize for Retrospective Analysis in honor of Professor Harberger’s legacy of benefit-cost work with high standards for relevance and impact. The award and an honorarium of $2,100 for the best retrospective paper published in the JBCA goes to David Greenberg, Victoria Deitch, and Gayle Hamilton for their synthesis of welfare-to-work studies (JBCA, 1:1) with its analysis that is clear, relevant, and useful for policy guidance. Honorable mention was awarded to Chris Rohlfs (JBCA, 3:3) for his elegant study of the benefits and costs of the military draft.
2014 JBCA Award to Mary Kokoski
The JBCA is pleased to give the 2014 JBCA Award to Mary Kokoski for her outstanding efforts as the managing editor of the JBCA.
2015 JBCA Award to David Weimer
The JBCA is pleased to give the 2015 JBCA Award to David Weimer in recognition of exemplary service to the Journal.
2016 JBCA Award to Gillian Greenough
The JBCA is pleased to give the 2016 JBCA Award to Gillian Greenough in recognition of exemplary service to the Journal.