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Urban Land Institute Prize

The winner of the Urban Land Institute Prize is selected by The Journal of Economic Geography Editors, Oxford University Press, and the Urban Land Institute. The prize is awarded annually to the author(s) of the best JOEG paper published online in the previous calendar year.


To be eligible for the prize, the paper should be on a topic related to a broadly defined urban agenda including:

- design and sustainability
- the relationship between cities
- space and innovation
- spatial analysis
- urban economics
- transport
- development
- land or real estate markets

Prize Details

The prize is £5,000, generously funded by the ULI. The prize-winning paper is decided by a committee comprising two members of the JOEG Advisory Board and one member nominated by the ULI. The prize will be awarded to the best JOEG paper published online in the previous year.

2015 Winner

Cities and product variety: evidence from restaurants by Nathan Schiff

2014 Winner

Is the sky the limit? High-rise buildings and office rents by Hans R. A. Koster, Jos van Ommeren and Piet Rietveld

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