This award is given each year to two authors of outstanding doctoral dissertations in Bayesian Econometrics and Statistics. One award is given to the best thesis in theory and methods, for a dissertation that makes important original contributions to the foundations, theoretical developments, and/or general methodology of Bayesian analysis. A second award is given to the best thesis in applied methodology, for a dissertation that makes outstanding contributions with novel Bayesian analysis of a substantive problem that has potential to impact statistical practice in a field of application. Honorable mentions are also awarded, and receive $100.
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