Gossen Prize

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The Gossen Prize is an annual award given by the Verein für Socialpolitik to German-speaking economists under the age of 45 whose work gained international recognition.[1] The jury—the extended committee of the Verein für Socialpolitik—especially considers the scientist's number of publications in prestigious English-speaking journals and his mentions on the Social Sciences Citation Index. The award is named after Hermann Heinrich Gossen.

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Year Recipients University
1997 Jürgen von Hagen University of Bonn
1998 Michael C. Burda Humboldt University Berlin
1999 Ernst Fehr University of Zurich
2000 Kai A. Konrad Free University of Berlin
2001 Klaus M. Schmidt Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
2002 Lars-Hendrik Röller Humboldt University Berlin
2003 Harald Uhlig Humboldt University Berlin
2004 Benny Moldovanu University of Bonn
2005 Simon Gächter University of Nottingham
2006 Axel Ockenfels University of Cologne
2007 Georg Nöldeke University of Basel
2008 Armin Falk University of Bonn
2009 Holger Görg University of Kiel
2010 Roman Inderst Goethe University Frankfurt
2011 Peter Egger University of Zurich
2012 Felix Kübler University of Zurich
2013 Michèle Tertilt University of Mannheim
2014 Ludger Wößmann Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
2015 Uwe Sunde Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
2016 Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln Goethe University Frankfurt
2017 Georg Weizsäcker Humboldt University Berlin
2018 Moritz Schularick University of Bonn
2019 Davide Cantoni Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

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  1. ^ Verein für Socialpolitik: Gossen-Preis, archived from the original on 2011-09-27, Der Verein für Socialpolitik zeichnet einmal jährlich einen Wirtschaftswissenschaftler aus dem deutschen Sprachraum aus, der mit seinen Arbeiten internationales Ansehen gewonnen hat.