|2021||Mark Himmelstein||Fordham University, USA|
|2019||Christina Leuker||Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany|
|2017||Johann Majer||Leuphana University, Germany|
|2015||Jared Hotaling||University of Basel, Switzerland|
|2013||Dan Raphael Schley||Ohio State University, USA|
|2011||Shoham Choshen-Hillel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel|
|2009||Benjamin Scheibehenne||University of Basel, Switzerland|
|2007||Xianchi Dai||INSEAD, France|
|2005||Loran Nordgren||Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|2003||Greg Barron||Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel|
|2001||Martijn Willemsen||Eindhoven Technical University, The Netherlands|
|2001||Nicola Bown||University of Leeds, United Kingdom|
|1999||Mandeep K. Dhami||City University London, United Kingdom|
|1997||Johanna Kordes-de Vaal||Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|1995||Peter Roelofsma||Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
De Finetti rules
- Only PhD students who did not have their PhD at the time of the last SPUDM conference are eligible.
- The PhD student should be the sole or first author and the work should be mainly that of the student. If co-authored, the paper is accompanied by a signed statement (PDF) from the co-author(s) to the effect that the student is credited as the primary source of ideas and the main author of this paper.
- The paper can be either published or unpublished at the moment of submission for the de Finetti competition.
- Submissions in dissertation format will not be considered, but articles based on a dissertation are encouraged.
- Only one paper may be submitted per applicant.
- There will be blind review. Applicants are asked for two versions of the submitted paper: an anonymous and a non-anonymous version.
- The anonymous version should be formatted as a manuscript (i.e., not a published journal article) with figures and tables integrated into the text. Please remove names, affiliations, and author notes for blind review.
- The non-anonymous version should contain names, affiliations, and author notes.