Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize
The Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize was introduced in 2011 by The Econometrics Journal on behalf of the Royal Economic Society.
The prize is awarded for the best (unsolicited) article published in The Econometrics Journal in a given year by anyone who is within five years of receiving their doctorate. An honorarium of £1000 is awarded to the winning author.
Xuewen Yu wins Prize for developing a new approach to forecasting a highly persistent time series
Neng-Chieh Chang wins Prize for developing a semiparametric DiD estimator for high-dimensional data
Artūras Juodis wins Prize for showing that covariates help overcome the incidental trends problem in panel unit root testing
Note: The Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize may be awarded for articles coauthored with senior researchers, provided that the junior author(s) contributed at least equally. In those cases, the Prize is only given to the eligible, junior author(s).