Haavelmo Prize

First awarded in 2024, the Haavelmo Prize is presented biennially for the best paper in econometrics published in Econometrica in any of the previous four calendar years. The recipient is chosen by a committee appointed by the President of the Society according to the procedures stated in the Society’s Rules and Procedures.  Committee members with a conflict of interest must recuse themselves from the relevant deliberations. Current Co-Editors or the Editor of Econometrica and current Officers of the Econometric Society are not eligible for the prize.

Winners of the Haavelmo Prize and their selection committees are as follows:

The 2024 Prize was awarded to Raffaella Giacomini and Toru Kitagawa for their paper, "Robust Bayesian Inference for Set-Identified Models”, (Econometrica, Vol. 89, No. 4, July 2021, 1519-1556). (Selection Committee: Manuel Arellano (chair), Jaap Abbring, Xiaohong Chen, Sergio Firpo, Hidehiko Ichimura, and Rosa L. Matzkin)