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SER Annual Prize

Annual prize for best article

SASE awards an annual prize of $1,000 for the best submitted article published in Socio-Economic Review. The winner is selected by a committee of the SASE Executive Board. Voting takes place after the publication of the fourth issue in October, and the prize is presented at SASE’s annual meeting in the following year. The first prize was awarded for submissions in 2007.

Prize-winning articles

  • 2012
    Hasan Kirmanoglu and Cem Baslevent,
    ‘Using Basic Personal Values to Test Theories of Union Memberships,'
    Socio-Economic Review 10(4), 683-703.
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  • 2011
    Daniel Oesch and Jorge Rodriguez-Menes,
    ‘Upgrading or Polarization? Occupational Change in Britain, Germany, Spain and Switzerland, 1990-2008’,
    Socio-Economic Review 9(3), 503-531.
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  • 2010
    Pil Ho Kim,
    ‘The East Asian Welfare State Debate and Surrogate Social Policy: An Exploratory Study on Japan and South Korea’,
    Socio-Economic Review 8(3), 411–435.
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  • 2009
    Fred Block and Matthew Keller,
    ‘Where do innovations come from? Transformations in the US national innovation system, 1970–2006’,
    Socio-Economic Review 7(3), 459–483.
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  • 2008
    Lane Kenworthy and Leslie McCall,
    ‘Inequality, public opinion, and redistribution’,
    Socio-Economic Review, 6(1), 35–68.
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  • 2007
    Marc Schneiberg,
    ‘What's on the path? Path dependence, organizational diversity and the problem of institutional change in the US economy, 1900–1950’,
    Socio Economic Review 5(1), 47–80.
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For a chance to be considered for the SER Annual Prize, be sure to submit your work to the journal.

Guidelines for authors and online submission instructions can be found here.