The North American Regional Science Council (NARSC) Graduate Student Paper Award contest is held annually in conjunction with the North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI).
Sergej Gubins is an international alumnus of our MSc in Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics (STREEM).
Two separate competitions were held for graduate student papers: Student-Author Paper Competition (eligibility for the award is limited to current Masters and PhD students, and/or recent graduates who completed their degrees within twelve months preceding the submission date) and Graduate-Student-Led Paper Competition (eligibility for the award requires that the paper’s ‘primary author’ be a current Masters or PhD student, or a recent graduate who completed his/her degree within twelve months preceding the submission date). The prize in the NARSC Graduate-Student-Led Paper Competition has been awarded to:
Sergej Gubins for paper titled Teleworking and Congestion: A Dynamic Bottleneck Analysis,co-authored by Erik Verhoef
Hans Koster for paper titled Upscale Neighbourhoods: Historic Amenities, Income and Spatial Sorting of Households, co-authored by Jos van Ommeren en Piet Rietveld