SIGecom - Electronic Commerce

SIGecom Best Paper Award

Presented to the individual(s) judged by an awards committee to have written the best paper appearing in the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation proceedings, either as a full paper or as an abstract. The award includes a certificate and $500 honorarium.

SIGecom Best Full Paper Award

Presented to the individual(s) judged by an awards committee to have written the best paper appearing in the ACM Economics and Computation conference proceedings as a full paper. This award is only given in the event that the Best Paper Award is given to the authors of an abstract-only paper. The award includes a certificate and $500 honorarium.

SIGecom Best Paper with a Student Lead Author Award

Presented to the individual(s) judged by an awards committee to have written the best paper having a student lead author which appears in the ACM Economics and Computation conference proceedings, either as a full paper or as an abstract.  This award is only given in the event that no other best paper award recognizes a paper with  a student lead author. The award includes a certificate and $500 honorarium.

SIGecom Doctoral Dissertation Award

Presented annually to the author of an outstanding doctoral dissertation in the area of electronic commerce and economics and computation. The award includes a $1500 honorarium, a certificate, and complimentary registration to the following year's Conference on Economics and Computation

SIGecom Test of Time Award

This award recognizes an influential paper or series of papers published between 10 and 25 years prior to the award by a single author or team of authors that has had significant impact on research or applications that exemplify the interplay of economics and computation.  The prize includes a certificate and $1000 honorarium.

 

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