Best Presentation by a Student or Postdoctoral Researcher

An award for the Best Presentation by a Student or Postdoctoral Researcher is given to an oral presentation of outstanding quality delivered at the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation. Typically a single award will be granted each year. The award is designed to encourage and acknowledge excellence in oral presentations by students and recent graduates.

To be eligible, the presentation must be delivered by a current student, postdoctoral researcher, or equivalent. Since video recordings are used in the evaluation process, presenters who elect not to be recorded are ineligible for the award. Award decisions are made each year by an Awards Committee formed among members of the conference Program Committee and the wider research community.

The award includes a certificate and an honorarium of $300 for the presenter.