The advisory board of ITIF’s Schumpeter Project on Competition Policy is proud to award a prize for the year’s best graduate student paper on antitrust policy. The winner(s) will receive an honorarium of $2,000.
To enter, please submit a paper by July 1, 2022, that meets the following criteria:
- Explore how or why a dynamic approach to competition policy can help improve antitrust enforcement more effectively than a static view of competition. For example, what is the best way for competition policy to take account of the competitive constraints firms face in rapidly evolving markets? The paper should address the antitrust implications of such a dynamic view of competition.
- The author(s) must be enrolled as a graduate student at a college or university when they submit their article.
- The author(s) may work alone or in partnership with another student coauthor (or coauthors), but may not coauthor a submission with a non-student.
- The submitted work must be unpublished as of July 1, 2022.
- The work must be 10,000 words or less, excluding footnotes.
- The work must be submitted by July 1, 2022, to [email protected]. Please use the subject line “Schumpeter Prize submission.”