Helen Potter Award

The Helen Potter Award was created and endowed in 1975. It is presented each year to the author of the best article in the Review of Social Economy by a promising scholar of social economics. Award recipients receive a plaque and a $500 prize. Past recipients are:

1975 Ron Stanfield
1976 Rita Maldonado-Bear
1977 Robert Clark
1978 Jon Wisman
1979 Lowell Dunlap
1980 Jonathan Boswell
1981 Elba Brown-Collier
1982 Carol Anderson
1983 Bruce McDaniel and John Silvia
1984 David Ellerman
1985 Douglas Booth
1986 Raymond Benton, Jr.
1987 Kenneth Stikkers
1988 Frederic Lee
1989 David George
1990 Roger Johnson
1991 Michael Lawlor
1992 Morris Altman
1993 Stephen Medema
1994 Gail Summerfield
1995 Bruce Pietrykowski
1996 Paul Wojick
1997 Metin Cosgel
1998 John Berdell
1999 Lanse Minkler
2000 John E. Murray
2001 Wilfred Dolfsma
2002 Stephen T. Ziliak
2003 Geoffrey E. Schneider
2004 Ellen Mutari
2005 Benedetta Giovanola
2006 Mark Hayes
2007 Nuno Martins
2008 Sebastian Berger
2009 Huascar F. Pessali
2010 Aurelie Charles
2011 Adel Daoud
2012 Pavlina Tcherneva
2013 Ayman Reda
2014 Peter-Wim Zuidhof

The 2015 recipient is Karen Evelyn Hauge of the Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research, for the article “Moral Opinions are Conditional on the Behaviour of Others” published in Vol. 73, Issue 2, June 2015.