Social Choice and Welfare Prize

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The Social Choice and Welfare Prize is given by the Society for Social Choice and Welfare every two years to one or two young scholars, under the age of 40, in the areas of social choice theory and welfare economics. Winners are invited to give a lecture at the Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, and are awarded the Social Choice and Welfare Medal.[1]

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  1. ^ "Prize | Maison de la Recherche en Sciences Humaines". www.unicaen.fr.
  2. ^ "Adam Meirowitz Awarded 2012 Social Choice and Welfare Prize". Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP).
  3. ^ "Vincent Conitzer Receives Social Choice and Welfare Prize". Duke Economics Department.
  4. ^ "Procaccia Wins Social Choice and Welfare Prize". Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science. July 25, 2019.