Decision Analysis Publication Award

Nomination deadline: June 5, 2015

2014 First Place: Manel Baucells, IESE Business School, Barcelona ; Rakesh Sarin, University of California - Los Angeles
Winning material: Engineering Happiness

Purpose of the Award

The Decision Analysis Society Publication Award is given annually to the best decision analysis journal article or book published in the second preceding calendar year, as judged by an award committee. For consideration for this year's award, a work should have been published during calendar year 2013.

The intent of the award is to recognize the best publication in decision analysis, broadly defined. This includes, but is not limited to, theoretical work on decision analysis methodology (including behavioral decision making and non-expected utility theory), descriptions of applications, and experimental studies. Nominated publications will be judged for significance, relevance, originality, and readability.

The award is accompanied by a plaque and a $750 honorarium, will be presented at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.

Past Awardees

2014 First Place
Manel Baucells, IESE Business School, Barcelona Rakesh Sarin, University of California - Los Angeles
2014 Finalist
Manel Baucells, IESE Business School, Barcelona Franz H. Heukamp, IESE Business School, Barcelona
Kenneth C. Lichtendahl Jr Samuel E. Bodily, University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business
2013 First Place
Ahti Salo, Aalto University Jeff Keisler, University of Massachusetts-Boston Alec Morton, University of Strathclyde
2013 Finalist
Ali E. Abbas David E. Bell, Harvard University
2012 First Place
Samuel D. Bond , Georgia Institute of Technology Kurt A. Carlson , Georgetown University Ralph Keeney, Duke University
2011 First Place
James E. Matheson, SmartOrg Inc. Ali Abbas, Department of Industrial and Systems
2010 First Place
George Wu, University of Chicago Alex B. Markle, New York University
2009 First Place
Mohammed Abdellaoui, CNRS France
Han Bleichrodt, IMTA Erasmus University Corina Paraschiv
2009 Finalist
Kenneth C. Lichtendahl Jr. , Darden School of Business Robert L. Winkler, Duke University
2008 Finalist
Henry P. Stott
2007 First Place
Craig R. Fox, University of California - Los Angeles Robert T. Clemen, Duke University
2006 First Place
Robert Bordley, General Motors Research Lab Craig W. Kirkwood, Dept. of Supply Chain Management, Arizona State University
2005 First Place
Daniel Kahneman, Princeton University
2004 First Place
Richard M. Anderson, Duke University Benjamin F. Hobbs, Johns Hopkins University
2003 First Place
Han Bleichrodt, Erasmus University Jose Luis Pinto Peter P. Wakker, Erasmus University
2001 First Place
John S. Hammond, John S Hammond Associates Ralph L. Keeney, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University Howard Raiffa, Harvard University, Graduate School of Business Administration
2000 First Place
James E. Smith, Duke University
1999 First Place
Elke U. Weber, Columbia University Business School Richard A. Milliman
1998 First Place
Gordon Hazen, Northwestern University James Pellesier
1997 First Place
James E. Smith, Duke University Robert F. Nau, Duke University
1996 First Place
M.-Elisabeth Paté-Cornell, Stanford University Paul S. Fischbeck, Carnegie Mellon University
1995 First Place
James E. Smith, Duke University
1994 First Place
Ralph L. Keeney, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
1993 First Place
Robert T. Clemen, Duke University
1992 First Place
Robert T. Clemen, Duke University Robert L. Winkler, Duke University
1991 First Place
Peter C. Fishburn Irving H. LaValle, Tulane University
1990 First Place
Ross Shachter, Stanford University


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Committee

2015 Committee Chair
Kevin McCardle
Professor
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Los Angeles, CA
Email: kevin.mccardle@anderson.ucla.edu

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