The Campbell Watkins Energy Journal Best Paper Award

In 1989, the IAEE’s Energy Economics Education Foundation instituted a "Best Paper" award for the paper designated as the most outstanding of the papers published in The Energy Journal the previous year. In 2005, the "Best Paper" award was renamed to "The Campbell Watkins Energy Journal Best Paper" award in recognition of Campbell Watkins' long standing support to the Association and its publications.


Puja Singhal, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Andrew Hobbs, University of San Francisco

The Distribution of Energy Efficiency and Regional Inequality

Miriam Breitenstein & Carl-Philipp Anke, Technische Universität Dresden, Duc Khuong Nguyen, IPAG Business School and Vietnam National University, Thomas Walther, Utrecht University and Technische Universität Dresden

Stranded Asset Risk and Political Uncertainty: The Impact of the Coal Phase-Out on the German Coal Industry

Klara Sickl & Simon Sturn, WU Vienna University of Economics & Business and James Boyce, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Effects of Carbon Mitigation on Co-pollutants at Industrial Facilities in Europe

Dakshina G. De Silva and Anita R. Schiller, Lancaster University and Robert P. McComb, Texas Tech University

Do Localities Benefit from Natural Resource Extraction?

Dorothee Charlier, IAE Savoie Mont-Blanc – IREGE and Sondes Kahouli, Université de Bretagne Occidentale

From Residential Energy Demand to Fuel Poverty: Income-induced Non-linearities in the Reactions of Households to Energy Price Fluctuations
2018 Elbert Dijkgraaf, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Tom P. van Dorp, Solarplaza International BV, and Emiel Maasland, Erasmus University Rotterdam

On the effectiveness of feed-in tariffs in the development of solar photovoltaics
2017 David P. Brown, University of Alberta and David E.M. Sappington, University of Florida

Designing Compensation for Distributed Solar Generation: Is Net Metering Ever Optimal?
2016 Thomas-Olivier Leautier, Toulouse School of Economcis

The Visible Hand: Ensuring Optimal Investment in Electric Power Generation
2015 Peter R. Hartley, Rice University

The Future of Long-term LNG Contracts
2014 Christoph Boehringer and Jan Schneider, University of Oldenburg & Knut Einar Rosendahl, Norwegian University of Life Science

Unilateral Climate Policy: Can OPEC Resolve the Leakage Problem?
2013 Georg Gebhardt, University of Ulm and Felix Hoffler, University of Cologne

How Competitive is Cross-border Trade of Electricity? Theory and Evidence from European Electricity Markets
2012 Richard Green, Imperial College London and Nicholas Vasilakos, University of East Anglia

Storing Wind for a Rainy Day: What Kind of Electricity Does Denmark Export?
2011 Stratford Douglas, West Virginia University and Julia Popova, New York Independent System Operators

Econometric Estimation of Spatial Patterns in Electricity Prices
2010 Ramteen Sioshansi, Ohio State University and Paul Denholm, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

The Value of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles as Grid Resources
2009 Gregory F. Nemet, University of Wisconsin and Erin Baker, University of Massachusetts

Demand Subsidies Versus R&D: Comparing the Uncertain Impacts of Policy on a Pre-commercial Low-carbon Energy Technology
2008 Stephen P. A. Brown and Mine K. Yucel, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

What Drives Natural Gas Prices?
2007 A. Denny Ellerman, MIT and Juan-Pablo Montero, Universidad Catolica de Chile

The Efficiency and Robustness of Allowance Banking in the U.S. Acid Rain Program
2006 Roger Fouquet, University of the South Pacific and Peter J.G. Pearson, Imperial College London

Seven Centuries of Energy Services: The Price and Use of Light in the United Kingdom (1300-2000)
2005 Christian von Hirschhausen, Dresden University of Technoogy, Berit Meinhart, Berlin University of Technology, and Ferdinand Pavel, DIW Berlin

Transporting Russian Gas to Western Europe — A Simulation Analysis
2004 David W. Loughran and Jonathan Kulick, RAND

Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency in the United States
2003 Onno Kuik and Reyer Gerlagh, Institute for Environmental Studies

Trade Liberalization and Carbon Leakage
2002 Dermot Gately, New York University and Hillard G. Huntington, Stanford University

The Asymmetric Effects of Changes in Price and Income on Energy and Oil Demand
2001 Kenneth B. Medlock III, El Paso Merchant and Ronald Soligo, Rice University

Economic Development and End-Use Energy Demand
2000 Andrew A. Goett and Kathleen Hudson, AAG Associates and Kenneth E. Train, University of California,  Berkeley

Customers' Choice Among Retail Energy Suppliers: The Willingness-to-Pay for Service Attributes
1999 David L. Greene, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, James R. Kahn and  Robert C. Gibson, University of Tennessee Fuel Economy Rebound Effect for U.S. Household Vehicles
1998 Stuart Mc Menamin and Frank Monforte, Regional Economic Research, Inc. Short Term Energy Forecasting with Neural Networks
1997  William Hogan, Harvard University and Richard Eckaus, A. Denny Ellerman, Henry Jacoby, Ronald Prinn, David Reiner and Zili Yang, MIT CO2 Emissions Limits: Economic Adjustments and the Distribution of Burdens
1996 Caroline L. Freund, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and  Christine Wallich. The Welfare Effects of Raising Household Energy Prices in Poland
1994 Richard F. Kosobud, University of Illinois at Chicago, Thomas Daly and David W. South, Argonne National Laboratory and Kevin G. Quinn, St. Norbert College, DePere, Wisconsin; and Rolf Golombek and Jan Bråten, Foundation for Research in Economics  and Business   Administration, Oslo, Norway.

Tradable Cumulative CO2 Permits and Global Warming Control
1995 James L. Smith, Southern Methodist University On the Cost of Lost Production from Russian Oil Fields
1993 Snorre Kverndokk, Statistics Norway Global CO2 Agreements: A Cost-Effective Approach
1992 Paul Joskow and Donald Marron, MIT What Does a Negawatt Really Cost? Evidence from Utility Conservation Programs
1991 Cutler Cleveland and Robert Kaufman, Boston University Oil Production in the Lower 48 States: Economic, Geological, and Institutional Determinants
1990 Harry R. Clarke, LaTrobe University, Australia and Ram M. Shrestha,  Asian Institute of  Technology, Thailand Traditional Energy Programs and the Theory of Open Access Forest Resources
1989 Peter Navarro, University of California, Irvine Comparative Energy Policy: The Economics of Nuclear Power in Japan and the United States

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