The Industrial Organization Society (IOS) was founded in 1972 by
Stanley Boyle, working closely with Willard Mueller.
The original aim of the IOS was to promote research on antitrust policy,
regulatory policy, and competition and market power in real-world markets.
Review of Industrial Organization edited by Larry White, is
the official journal of the IOS. Since 2003,
the IOS has sponsored an annual International Industrial Organization Conference
in order to accommodate the needs and interests of the burgeoning field.
The 16th annual International Industrial Organization Conference will be in Indianapolis, Indiana, hosted by the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, from April 20-April 22, 2018.
President: Marc Rysman, Boston University
Vice-President: Kenneth Hendricks, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Secretary-Treasurer: Christopher Snyder, Dartmouth College
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Kenneth Boyer, Michigan State University
Judith A. Chevalier, Yale School of Management
Shane Greenstein, Harvard Business School
John Kwoka, Northeastern University
Francine Lafontaine, University of Michigan
Stephen Martin, Purdue University
Robert Masson, Cornell University
Julie Mortimer, Boston College
Robin Prager, Federal Reserve Board
Mark Roberts, Pennsylvania State University
David Sappington, University of Florida
Lawrence White, New York University
Joseph Harrington, University of Pennsylvania, 2012-2013
Francine Lafontaine, University of Michigan, 2010-2011
David Sappington, University of Florida, 2008-2009
Christopher Snyder, Dartmouth College, 2006-2007
Robert M. Feinberg, American University, 2004-2005
Robert T. Masson, Cornell University, 2002-2003
Stephen Martin, Purdue University, 2000-2001
John T. Scott, Dartmouth College, 1999-2000
John E. Kwoka, Northeastern University, 1998-1999
Paul Geroski, 1997-1998
Joseph Farrell, University of California, Berkeley, 1996-1997
Carl Shapiro, University of California, Berkeley, 1995-1996
Richard Gilbert, University of California, Berkeley, 1994-1995
Dennis Mueller, University of Vienna, 1993-1994
F. M. Scherer, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1992-1993
William S. Comanor, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1991-1992
W. G. Shepherd, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1990-1991
Note: Up until the year 2000, IOS presidents served one academic year and afterwards, presidents served two calendar years.
The Industrial Organization Society Distinguished Fellow award is given annually in recognition
of excellence in Research, Education and Leadership in the field of Industrial Organization.
Steven T. Berry, Yale University, April 2017
Michael Whinston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 2016
Severin Borenstein, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, April 2015
Dennis W. Carlton,
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, April 2014
Carl Shapiro, Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley, May 2013
Richard Schmalensee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, March 2012
R. Preston McAfee, Vice President and Research Fellow at Yahoo! Research, April 2011
John Sutton, London School of Economics, May 2010
Robert H. Porter, Northwestern University, April 2009
Ariel Pakes, Harvard University, May 2008
Paul Joskow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology April 2007
Timothy F. Bresnahan, Stanford University April 2006
Oliver E. Williamson, University of California, Berkeley April 2005
Dennis C. Mueller, University of Vienna April 2004
William S. Comanor, University of California, Santa Barbara April 2003
W. G. Shepherd, University of Massachusetts, Amherst January 2002
Richard E. Caves, Harvard University January 2001
Jean Tirole, Institut d'Economie Industrielle, Toulouse January 2000
F. M. Scherer, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University January 1999
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD:
The Industrial Organization Society's Distinguished Service Award is given annually in recognition
of Professional Leadership in the scholarship and practice of Industrial Organization.
Lars-Hendrik ROller, Humboldt University, 2017
Joseph Farrell, University of California, Berkeley, 2016
Lawrence J. White, New York University Stern School of Business, 2015
Evan Kwerel, Federal Communications Commission, 2014
Kenneth D. Boyer, Michigan State University, 2013
John Kwoka, Northeastern University, 2012
BEST PAPER BY A JUNIOR AUTHOR:
The award is for outstanding research by a younger scholar, as published in the
Review of Industrial Organization during the previous year and presented at the annual International Industrial Organization Conference.
- Andrew Smyth, Marquette University, Competition, Cost Innovation, and X-inefficiency in Experimental Markets 48, no. 3, 2016
Zhao Zhao He, University of Kansas
for Rivalry, Market Structure and Innovation: The Case of Mobile Banking July 2015.
- Maya Meidan, Compass Lexecon for
The Heterogeneous Effects of Trade Protection: A Study of US Antidumping Duties on Portland Cement June 2013.
- Bedri Kamil Onur Tas, Rasim Ozcan, Ilke Onur,Public Procurement Auctions and Competition in Turkey, May 2012.
- Volodymyr Bilotkach.Multimarket Contact and Intensity of Competition: Evidence from an Airline Merger, February 2011.
- Adam Rennhoff. The Consequences of Consideration Payments: Lessons from Radio Payola, March 2010.
- H. Evren Damar. Why Do Payday Lenders Enter Local Markets? Evidence from Oregon, March 2009, pp. 173-191.
- Marco Castaneda and Dino Falaschetti.Does a Hospital's Profit Status Affect its Operational Scope? 33 (2), September 2008, pp. 129-159.
- Mikhail S. Kouliavtsev. Measuring the extent of structural remedy in Section 7 settlements: Was the US DOJ successful in the 1990s? (30) 1, February 2007.
- Stephane Caprice. Multilateral vertical contracting with an alternative supply: welfare effects of a ban on price discrimination 28(1), February 2006.
- Orietta Marsili. Technology and the size distribution of firms: evidence from Dutch manufacturing 27(4), December 2005, pp. 303-328.
- Helder Vasconcelos. Entry effects on cartel stability and the Joint Executive Committee 24(3), May 2004, pp. 219-241.
- Michael J. Mazzeo. Competition and Service Quality in the U.S. Airline Industry 22(4), June 2003, pp. 385-394.
- Claudio Piga. Debt and firms relationships: the Italian evidence 20(3), May 2002, pp. 267-282.
- Jozef Konings and Patrick Paul Walsh. The impact of product market competition on employment determination in unionised and non-unionised firms: firm level evidence for the UK 17(4), December 2000, pp. 385-394.
- In Kwon Lee. Non-cooperative tacit collusion, complementary bidding and incumbency premium 15(2), September 1999, pp. 115-34.
- Philippe Cyrenne. On antitrust enforcement and the deterrence of collusive behaviour 14(3), May 1999, pp. 257-272.
- Rachel E. Goodhue. Sustaining collusion with a fuzzy trigger 13(3), June 1998, pp. 333-345.
ROBERT F. LANZILLOTTI PRIZE:
Robert F. Lanzillotti is Dean Emeritus, Eminent Scholar Professor Emeritus of American Economic Institutions and Director, Public Policy Research Center, Graduate School of Business at the University of Florida.
The Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize for the best paper in antitrust economics accepted for presentation at the
International Industrial Organization Conference is awarded annually.
The winning paper is selected by a committee of experts from the relevant papers that are
accepted for presentation at the conference.
The 2017 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to John Asker, UCLA, Chaim Fershtman, Tel Aviv University, Jihye Jeon, NYU, and Ariel Pakes, Harvard for
The Competitive Effects of Information Sharing
The 2015 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to Nathan Miller, Georgetown University and
Matthew Weinberg, Drexel University
for Mergers Facilitate Tacit Collusion: An Empirical Investigation of the Miller/Coors Joint Venture
The 2014 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim)
Ben Mermelstein (Northwestern University),Mark Satterthwaite (Northwestern University)
Michael Whinston (MIT and NBER) for
Internal Vs External Growth in Industries with Scale Economies: A Computational Model of Optimal Merger Policy
The 2013 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to
Philip G. Gayle, Kansas State University and Huubinh B. Le, Kansas State University, Measuring Merger
Cost Effects: Evidence from a Dynamic Structural Econometric Model
The 2012 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to
Richard Friberg and Andre Romahn (Stockholm School of Economics) Ex-Post Merger Review and Divestitures
The 2011 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to
Martijn Han (Amsterdam Center for Law and Economics)
and Charles Angelucci (Toulouse School of Economics and Crest-Lei)
for their paper Monitoring Managers Through Corporate Compliance Programs.
The 2010 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to
Michelle Goeree (University of Southern California and University of Zurich) and Eric Helland (Claremont McKenna College and RAND)
for their paper Do Research Joint Ventures Serve a Collusive Function?.
The 2009 Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded to Abraham Wickelgren (Northwestern University School of Law)
and Marco Ottaviani (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University) for their paper entitled
Approval Regulation and Learning, with Application to Timing of Merger Control
The first annual Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize was awarded in
2008 to Dennis W. Carlton (University of Chicago), Joshua S. Gans (University of Melbourne),
and Michael Waldman (Cornell University) for their paper entitled
Why Tie a Product Consumers Do Not Use?
PUBLIC UTILITY RESEARCH PRIZE:
The Public Utility Research Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics accepted for presentation at the
International Industrial Organization Conference is awarded annually. The winning paper is selected by a committee of
experts from the relevant papers that are accepted for presentation at the conference.
- The ninth annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded on April 8 to Lorenzo Magnolfi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
and Camilla Roncoroni, University of Warwick, Political Connections and Market Structure
- The eight annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded on April 16 to Javier Donna (Ohio State University) and Jose-Antonio Espin-Sanchez (Yale University)
The Illiquidity of Water Markets: Efficient Institutions for Water Allocation in Southeastern Spain
- The seventh annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded on April 25 to Shaun McRae, University of Michigan
for Vertical Integration and Price Differentials in the U.S. Crude Oil Market.
- The sixth annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded in May to Shanjun Li, Cornell University for
Better Lucky than Rich? Welfare Analysis of Automobile License Allocations in Beijing and Shanghai.
- The fifth annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded in May
2013 to Marit Hinnosaar, Northwestern University,Time Inconsistency and Alcohol Sales Restrictions.
The fourth annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded in March
Cristian Huse, Stockholm School of Economics Fast and Furious (and Dirty): The Effects of Environmental Policy on the Swedish Car Market
The following two papers won the third annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics.
Joseph Cullen (Harvard University)
Measuring the Environmental Benefits of Wind Generated Electricity and
Catherine Tucker(MIT), James D. Campbell, (University of Toronto)and Avi Goldfarb (University of Toronto)
Privacy Regulation and Market Structure.
The second annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded in
Maria Kopsakangas-Savolainen and Rauli Svento (both of the University of Oulu)
for their paper Comparing Welfare Effects of Different Regulation Schemes: An Application to the Electricity Distribution Industry.
The first annual Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics was awarded in
2009 to Byung-Cheol Kim (Georgia Tech) and
Jay Pil Choi (Michigan State University) for their paper entitled
Net Neutrality and Investment Incentives
BEST RISING STAR PAPER (SLOAN FOUNDATION) PRIZE :
The 2016 Best Rising Star Prize was awarded in April 2016 to Elena Prager, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, for Tiered Hospital Networks, Health Care Demand, and Prices
The 2015 Best Rising Star Prize was awarded in April 2015 to Andrew Butters; Kellogg School of Management
For Demand Volatility, Adjustment Costs, Temporal Aggregation, and Productivity
The 2014 Best Rising Star Prize was awarded in April 2014 to Yair Taylor, Duke University for
Patent Breadth versus Length: An Examination of the Pharmaceutical Industry
The first Best Rising Star Paper prize was awarded in March 2012 at the 10th annual International Industrial Organization Conference to
Lai Jiang, Stern School of Business, New York University, The Welfare Effects of
Bill Shock Regulation in Mobile Telecommunication Markets .
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Review of Industrial Organization
and a 20% discount on book purchases from Springer.
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International Journal of the Economics of Business.
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