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The American Economist

Request to Present a Paper at the Omicron Delta Epsilon Graduate-Student Session at the 2025 ASSA Meetings

GRADUATE FORM (For a faculty application, click here.)
- Please complete all fields. Incomplete forms may be rejected.

Background: In January 2025, Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) will sponsor a graduate-student session at the annual meeting of the Allied Social Science Association in San Francisco. This session, which is sponsored jointly by ODE and the AEA, will include three or four papers, each with a presenter and a discussant. ODE invites submissions from all fields of economics. This session will likely feature papers from a variety of fields unless a common theme arises from the submissions.

ODE invites submissions from all graduate students. Papers chosen for this session are eligible for submission to The American Economist and automatically entered into ODE’s ODE Graduate Research Award Competition. Moreover, graduate students who are members of ODE are eligible for Benjamin M. Friedman Travel Awards. Each award reimburses documented-travel and lodging expenses up to $500. Membership in ODE must be confirmed by a letter from a Chapter Advisor. (Membership in ODE is life long, and most students are inducted into the society when they are undergraduates. Departments who wish to organize or reactivate chapters should call 251-928-0001 or email [email protected]

Instructions: Please complete this form and send it with an abstract of 500 words or less to [email protected] by May 15, 2024. (Online and direct email submissions are also welcome.) Please use the JEL (Journal of Economic Literature) classification system for articles and abstracts to identify the area of your paper and areas in which you are willing to discuss. Please do not submit papers that have already been published in professional journals.

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Announcements

ODE Outstanding Student Leadership Award - Chapter advisors, the February 1 deadline for nominations will be here before you know it. Each year up to three winners are chosen to receive ODE Honor Medallions to recognize students who assume active leadership roles in their ODE chapters. Nominations are made by chapter advisors. Don't miss this opportunity to recognize a deserving student and ODE member.

The winner of the 2023 Michael Szenberg Prize for the best article published in The American Economist in 2023 is Jens Schubert of the University of Delaware. The winning article, "The Effect of Gender on Study Effort: Nudges Versus Market Incentive," was published in Volume 68, Vol. 1. (March 2023)

ODE SUPERSTARS
Mario Solis-Garcia received the 2023 Distinguished Advisor Award for his outstanding service as advisor to the Macalester chapter of ODE.

The winner of the ODE Graduate Research Award for 2023 is Jancy Ling Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology). Jancy will receive a check for $2,000 and the opportunity to submit the winning paper for publication in The American Economist.

The 2023 ODE Undergraduate Research Paper prize of $1,000 went to Charles Hunt of Lycoming College. His chapter will also receive $200 in his name.

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