Winner of the 26th Annual Tiebout Prize is Carlianne Patrick!

Carlianne Patrick was awarded the 26th Annual Tiebout Prize at this year’s WRSA meeting in Hawaii. The title of her paper is, Do More Economic Development Incentives Result in More Jobs? An Examination of the Influence of the Economic Development Incentives Environment on County Jobs in the U.S., 1970-2000.
The Reading Committee also awarded a Second and Third Prize this year. Second Prize went to Viktor Venhorst of the University of Groningen for his paper, Human Capital Spillovers in Dutch Cities: Consumption or Productivity? Third Prize was awarded to Alexandra Tsvetkova of the University of North Carolina, Charlotte for her paper, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Regional Economic Outcomes: Empirical Test of Recent Theoretical Propositions.Tiebout Prize Reading Committee was composed of the following members: David Holland (Chair), Geoff Hewings, T. John Kim, and Bob Stimson.