About the Prize
(photo of Charles M. Tiebout (circa 1965-66) provided by his son, Bruce Tiebout)
This prize is awarded in honor of the outstanding contributions to regional science made by Charles M. Tiebout before his untimely death in 1968. In addition to his scholarly achievements, “Charlie” Tiebout brought wit, irreverence, and goodwill to everything he did and everyone he knew. He was particularly good in advising, counseling, and encouraging graduate students; thus, it is fitting that the WRSA’s annual prize bearing his name be awarded to the best graduate student paper in regional science.
For more information on the submission process or how to contribute to the Tiebout Fund, please see links to the left.