Faculty Awards

2016

2015

2014

2013

  • Joseph Harrington – SEEK Grant, 2013-2014
  • Heather Schofield – Roger Martin Award for Excellence in Business Economics Research, Harvard Business School, 2013
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – Dean’s Research Fund, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2010-2013

2012

  • David F Babbel – Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World, 1986-2012
  • Joseph Harrington – President (2012-13) and Vice President (2010-11), Industrial Organization Society, 2012
  • Joseph Harrington – Cátedras de Excelencia (Chair of Excellence), Departamento de Economía, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Sept 2012 – Dec 2012, 2012
  • Joseph Harrington – National Science Foundation Grant, 2012-2015
  • Mark V. Pauly – Victor R, Fuchs Lifetime Achievement Award from ASHEcon, 2012
  • Judd B. KesslerNamed “30 under 30” in Law and Policy by Forbes Magazine, 2012
  • Mark V. Pauly – President of the American Society of Health Economics, 2012
  • Mark V. Pauly – William B. Graham Prize for Health Services Research from the Baxter International Foundation and the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, 2012
  • Mark V. Pauly – University of Pennsylvania Provost’s Award for Distinguished Ph.D. Teaching and Mentoring, 2011-2012
  • Judd B. Kessler – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Donaghue Foundation Pioneer Portfolio Grant Recipient, 2012 Description

    Project Title: “Using Behavioral Economics to Promote Medication Adherence and Habit Formation” (with Dmitry Taubinsky and Eric Zwick)

    Total Received for Project: $150,400

    • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneer Portfolio and the Donaghue Foundation ($100,000)
    • Sub-Award from Laibson/Madrian Grant ($30,000)
    • Lab for Economic Applications and Policy at Harvard ($12,000)
    • Penn-CMU Roybal Grant ($8,400)
  • Jean Lemaire – Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2012

2011

  • Katja Seim – “Tough but we’ll thank you in five years” MBA Core Teaching Award, 2011
  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Investment Advisor Magazine “25 Most Influential People in 2011” and “50 Top Women in Wealth”, 2011
  • Judd B. Kessler – Roger Martin Award for Excellence in Business Economics, Harvard Business School, 2011
  • Jean Lemaire – Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2011

2010

  • Joseph Gyourko – Excellence in Teaching Awardee, 2010 Description

    The Excellence in Teaching Awards are awarded annually to eight (8) MBA faculty members who receive the highest average instructor rating on their course evaluation forms over the three prior semesters. The course evaluation forms are filled out by the students at the conclusion of every course.

  • Katja Seim – Honorable Mention, Dick Wittink Best Paper prize, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 2010
  • Ann Harrison – World Bank Research Grants, 2010-2012
  • Joseph Harrington – Honorable Mention for the Jerry S. Cohen Memorial Fund Writing Award for antitrust scholarship, 2010
  • Iwan BarankaySloan Research Fellowship, 2010
  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Retirement Income Industry Association Award for Achievement in Applied Retirement Research, 2010
  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Top 50 Women in Wealth, Wealth Management, 2010

2009

  • Ulrich Doraszelski – NFS Grant No. SES-0924380, “Collaborative Research: Measuring the Bias of Technological Change,” with Jordi Jaumandreu, 2009-2011
  • Ann Harrison – National Science Foundation Grants, 2009-2012

2008

  • Heather Schofield – Harvard University Graduate Fellowship, 2008-2014
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – Clark Fund, Harvard University, 2004 and, 2008
  • Kent Smetters – Undergraduate Teaching Award, The Wharton School, 2008
  • Ann Harrison – UC Berkeley Committee on Research Grants, 2008
  • Jean Lemaire – Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2008
  • Jean Lemaire – Wharton Hauck Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Tenured Faculty Member, 2008
  • Jean Lemaire – Elected honorary Chairman of ASTIN, 2008
  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Roger F. Murray First Prize – Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, 2008
  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Carolyn Shaw Bell Award of the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession, 2008

2007

2006

  • David F Babbel – Critical Review of U.S. Actuarial Profession Advisory Panel, 2005-2006
  • Heather Schofield – Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Commended Scholar, 2006-2007
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – NSF Grant No. SES-0617896, “Economic Impacts of Technological Innovations in Product Availability,” with Julie Mortimer, 2006-2009
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – NSF Grant No. SES-0615615, “Collaborative Research on Dynamic Antitrust Policy: Predatory and Limit Pricing in a Model of Learning-by-Doing and Organizational Forgetting,” with David Besanko, 2006-2008
  • Joseph Harrington – ENCORE Fellow (U. of Amsterdam), 2006
  • Mark V. Pauly – Spencer Kimball Article Award (with Howard Kunreuther) from the Journal of Insurance Regulation for, 2006
  • Jean Lemaire – Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2006

2005

  • Heather Schofield – Thomas E. Upham Harvard Class of 1868 Merit Scholarship, 2005-2006
  • Heather Schofield – NCAA Postgraduate Merit Scholarship, 2005-2006
  • Katja Seim – Fletcher Jones Faculty Scholar, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 2005
  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung Trans-Coop Program Research Award grant, 2005-2006
  • Kent Smetters – Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance (“The Q-Group”) Award, 2005
  • Kent Smetters – Smith-Richardson Foundation Research Grant, 2005
  • Joseph Harrington – Fellow of the International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2005
  • Howard Kunreuther – American Association of the Advancement of Science: AAAS Fellow, 2005
  • Judd B. Kessler – National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2005-2008

2004

  • Kent Smetters – Smith-Richardson Foundation Research Grant, 2004
  • Kent Smetters – Rodney L. White Center for Financial Research Grant, 2004
  • Todd Sinai – Edwin S. Mills Best Paper Award for the best paper in Real Estate Economics, 2004
  • Ann Harrison – UC Berkeley Committee on Research Grants, 2004-2006
  • Ann Harrison – National Science Foundation Grants, 2004-2007
  • Jean Lemaire – Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2004

2003

  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Premio Internazionale Dell’Istituto Nazionale Delle Assicurazioni, INA, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Italy, 2003
  • Kent Smetters – National Bureau of Economic Research, RRC Grants, 2003-2007
  • David F Babbel – William G. Whitney Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2003
  • Santosh Anagol – Economic Growth Center Prize, Yale University, 2003-2007

2002

  • David F Babbel – Valuation Tools Task Force, American Academy of Actuaries, 1997-2002
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – EARIE Young Economists’ Essay Award, 2002
  • Kent Smetters – TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson, Certificate of Excellence, 2002
  • David F Babbel – Best Published Paper in North American Actuarial Journal, 2002

2001

  • Todd Sinai – Housing and Urban Development (HUD)/AREUEA best paper in housing and urban development at the Annual AREUEA Conferences, 2001
  • Ann Harrison – Giannini Foundation Grants, 2001-2004
  • Ann Harrison – UC Berkeley Committee on Research Grants, 2001
  • Howard Kunreuther – Society for Risk Analysis: Distinguished Achievement Award, 2001
  • Jean Lemaire – Elected Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries, 2001
  • Neil A Doherty – Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award, 2001

2000

  • Ulrich Doraszelski – Dissertation Research Fellowship, Center for the Study of Industrial Organization, Northwestern University, 2000-2001
  • Kent Smetters – Robert C. Witt Award for the best paper published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2000
  • Jean Lemaire – Best feature paper award, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2000

1999

  • Olivia S. Mitchell – Paul A. Samuelson Award for Scholarly Writing on Lifelong Financial Security, TIAA-CREF, 1999
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – University Fellowship, Northwestern University, 1996-1997
  • Ann Harrison – Eugene Lang Junior Faculty Research Fellowship, 1999

1998

1997

  • David F Babbel – Graham and Dodd Award of Excellence, Association for Investment Management and Research, 1997
  • Jean Lemaire – Clarence Arthur Kulp Memorial Award, American Risk and Insurance Association, 1997
  • Neil A Doherty – Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 1997

1996

1995

  • Ann Harrison – Chazen Institute Research Grants, 1995-1996

1993

1992

1991

1990

  • Joseph Harrington – Duncan Black Award for the Best Article in Public Choice, 1990
  • Howard Kunreuther – Society for Risk Analysis: Outstanding Service Award, 1990
  • Elizabeth E. Bailey – Directors’ Choice Award, National Women’s Economic Alliance Foundation, 1990

1989

  • David F Babbel – Best Feature Article, American Risk and Insurance Association, 1989

1988

  • Jean Lemaire – International INA-Lincei Prize, Italian Academy of Sciences, 1988

1987

  • Ann Harrison – Princeton University Teaching Award, 1987
  • Ann Harrison – Sloan Foundation Fellowship, 1987
  • Jean Lemaire – Clarence Arthur Kulp Memorial Award, American Risk and Insurance Association, 1987

1986

  • Jean Lemaire – Ernst Meyer Prize, Geneva Association, 1986

1984

  • W. Bruce Allen – Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award, 1984

1983

1980

  • Howard Kunreuther – Western Electric Fund Award, 1980 Description

    (with Paul Schoemaker and Paul Kleindorfer) for the program “Decision Sciences Applied to University Problems.” The award is given annually for outstanding achievements in the area of educational innovation in undergraduate education for business administration.

1978

  • David F Babbel – Beta Gamma Sigma (National Scholastic Honor Society of Business and Administration), 1978

1977

1976

  • David F Babbel – Fulbright Fellow, U.S. Office of Education, 1976-1977

1973

  • David F Babbel – Omicron Delta Epsilon (International Honor Society in Economics), 1973

1970