Charles M. Tiebout Prize in Regional Science
- 24th Competition 2010: Colleen
Donovan, University of California, Berkeley, "Direct Democracy,
Term Limits, and Fiscal Decisions in U.S. Municipalities"
- 23rd Competition 2009: Yiming
Wang, University of Southern California, "White Flight in Los
Angeles County, 1960-1990: A Model of Fuzzy Tipping"
- 22nd Competition 2008: Haifeng
Qian, George Mason University, "Talent, Creativity, and Regional
Economic Performance: The Case of China"
- 21st Competition 2007:
Michael Wenz, Winona State University, "Matching Estimation,
Casino Gambling and the Quality of Life"
- 20th Competition 2006:
Rocco R. Huang, The University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands,
"Industry Choices and Social Interactions of Entrepreneurs:
Identification by Residential Address"
- 19th Competition 2005: Shaoming Cheng, George Mason
University, "How Can Western China Attract FDI? A Case of Japanese
- 18th Competition 2004: Sandy Dall'Erba,
Université de Pau, France, "Productivity Convergence and Spatial
Dependence Among Spanish Regions."
- 17th Competition 2003 (Co-winners): Chokri
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, "Toward a Quantitative
of Industrial Clusters: Shapely Value, Entropy, and Fuzzy Measures,"
and Bhanu Yerra, University of Minnesota, "The Emergence of
in Transportation Networks."
- 16th Competition 2002: Tracy Gordon, University of
Berkeley, "Crowd Out or Crowd In?: The Effects of Common Interest
on Political Participation in California."
- 15th Competition 2001: Brian Mikelbank, Ohio
State University, "Spatial Analysis of the Relationship between Housing
Values and Investments
in Transportation Infrastructure."
- 14th Competition 2000: Arno van der Vlist, Free
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, "Patterns of New Household Formation and
- 13th Competition 1999: Kara Kockelman, University of
Austin, "A Utility-Theory-Consistent System-of-Demand Equations
to Household Travel Choice."
- 12th Competition 1998: Alexander C. Vias, University
"An Analysis of Population and Employment Growth in the Rocky Mountain
- 11th Competition 1997: (Co-winners) Seong Woo
Lee and Woo Suk Zhee,
of Southern California, "Independent and Linked Migration: Individual
of Employment Opportunity and Household Returns of Poverty to
Inter-State Migration in 1975-78 and 1985-88."
- 10th Competition 1996: Steven P. Raphael, University
Berkeley, "The Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis of Black Youth Unemployment:
from the San Francisco Bay Area."
- 9th Competition 1995: David M. Levinson, University
Berkeley, "Location, Relocation, and the Journey-to-Work."
- 8th Competition, 1994: Ricardo Gazel, University of
"Measuring Regional Economic Effects of International Trade: A Pledge
- 7th Competition, 1993: (Cowinners) Hsin-Ping Chen,
California, Irvine, "The Simulation of the Proposed Nonlinear
Urban Growth Model" and Alastair McFarlane, University of
- 6th Competition, 1992: Henry Buist, University of
"Firm Relocation, Suburbanization, and Central City Problems."
- 5th Competition, 1991: Katherine M. O'Regan,
University of California,
Berkeley, "The Spatial Concentrations of Household by Race and Income
Labor Market Outcomes, Social Networks, and the Economics of
- 4th Competition, 1990: T. Wong, University of
of Development and the Experience of Taiwan."
- 3rd Competition, 1989: Scott Campbell,
California, Berkeley, "From Dust Bowl to Defense Buildup: Labor
and Regional Development during the Second World War."
- 2nd Competition, 1988: Stephen J. Appold, University
Carolina, "The Location of Industrial Research Laboratories."
- 1st Competition, 1987: Timothy J. Fik, University of
"Competing Central Places and the Spatially Autocorrelated, Seemingly