Best Article Award

The International Atlantic Economic Society extends a warm congratulations to the winner of the 2016 AEJ  Best Article award, Gil Kim, Lian An and Yoonbai Kim, for their paper entitled “Exchange Rate, Capital Flow, and Output: Developed versus Developing Economies.” The article can be found in the June 2015 issue of the Atlantic Economic Journal.  A summary of its most important findings was featured in the March 2017 issue.

About the Award

 Each year, the International Atlantic Economic Society is pleased to honor outstanding work published in the Atlantic Economic Journal with the AEJ Best Article Award. 

Winners of the AEJ Best Article Award are determined by vote. Manuscripts published in the Atlantic Economic Journal are evaluated and rated on clarity and content by a Board of Editors and voted on by a panel of judges.

Winners are presented with a handsome plaque in recognition of their scholarship as well as a waiver of conference registration fees for the next national conferences and international conferences. AEJ Best Article Award winners are also formally announced at the Membership Meeting and Presidential Address of our annual national conference and invited to say a few words about their work.

 An announcement featuring the winner(s)of the Best Article Award also appears in each March issue of the Atlantic Economic Journal, along with a brief summary of the work’s important findings. Past winners of the AEJ Best Article Award are featured on our website.

The International Atlantic Economic Society invites you to submit your own scholarly article to the Atlantic Economic Journal, or register for our upcoming conference.


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