CSQIEP Award for Outstanding Research Paper in LGBTQ+ Economics


2023 Award Recipients

Travis Campbell
Southern Oregon University

Yana van der Meulen Rodgers
Rutgers University

"Conversion therapy, suicidality, and running away:  An analysis of transgender youth in the U.S." [link to paper]

Previous Award Winners

2022 Ian Burn and Mike Martell [Link to paper]
2021 Karinna Saxby
[Link to paper]

CSQIEP Award for Outstanding Research Paper in LGBTQ+ Economics: Call for Papers

The American Economic Association’s Committee on the Status of LGBTQ+ Individuals in the Economics Profession (CSQIEP) is accepting nominations for the best economics research paper in LGBTQ+ Economics published or forthcoming in 2022 or 2023.

CSQIEP is committed to building an economics profession that is open to all, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, family status, or disability and believes that a diverse profession encourages the highest quality scholarship.

The award recipients were announced at the 2024 AEA/ASSA meeting in San Antonio.

We invite papers on topics especially relevant to or about LGBTQ+ populations that are published (or forthcoming) in 2022 or 2023. The nominated paper must be published (or forthcoming) in a peer reviewed journal, or if in the format of a book, a recognized academic press. The nominated paper must use or innovate on methodologies recognized by the economics discipline. Self-nominations by the authors are more than welcome.

Nomination guidelines:
The deadline for nomination was November 1, 2023. All nominations should be made to the email address csqiep.data@gmail.com. Please clearly indicate the paper being nominated, as well as the authors, and the date and location of publication.