Conference Prizes

Under the Auspices of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic, Mr. Prokopios Pavlopoulos

27th Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME)

ATHENS, GREECE
June 25th – 28th, 2019
Athens University of Economics and Business


Maritime Economics and Logistics (MEL) - Palgrave Macmillan - Springer Best Conference Paper Award

Following tradition with IAME conferences, MEL-Palgrave Macmillan-Springer is awarding a £250 Prize to the Best Conference Paper of IAME2019. The winning paper will be published in MEL (Maritime Economics and Logistics), in February 2020, following light review. 

Maritime Policy and Management (MPM) - Best 2018 Published Paper Award 

Taylor & Francis is once again sponsoring the award for the best paper published in MPM (Maritime Policy and Management) in 2018 to the sum of £1,000. 

Kühne Logistics University (KLU) - Young Researcher Best Paper Award

The Young Researcher Best Paper Award is sponsored by the Kühne Logistics University (KLU) and is awarded to the paper with the highest review score obtained in the review process and whose main author is not older than 35. The award is a symbol of the effort that the KLU places on fostering emerging talents in maritime logistics. The award is accompanied by a financial reward of € 400.

‘Financial Risk Management & Investments in Maritime Transportation’ - Special Session Best Paper Award

€300 Prize to best paper at the above special session, sponsored by the MSc in International Shipping, Finance and Management of Athens University of Economics and Business.

‘Twenty first century shipping markets: From building to scrapping and beyond’ - Special Session Best Paper Award

€300 Prize to best paper at the above special session, sponsored by the MSc in International Shipping, Finance and Management of Athens University of Economics and Business.

‘Port Competitiveness and Competition’ - Special Session Award

IAME special session awards will be given to the best papers/presentations in this Port Competitiveness and Competition special session - cash awards of US$600 for first place, US$300 for second place, and US$100 for third place. The awards are sponsored by the University of Rhode Island, Lincoln-Kennedy Research Fund.

'Kyoto Prize'

Japanese Yen (JPN) 100,000, to be awarded to one of the best IAME papers that has an important academic/practical significance. The prize is sponsored by the former IAME2017 Kyoto conference organizing committee – through the surplus it has created - to encourage researchers and practitioners for the furtherance of academic activities in the areas that IAME covers.

Best Reviewer Award at IAME2019 Conference


More prizes will be announced soon.