2020 Best Paper Award

It is our pleasure to announce that the 2020 JBPA Best Paper Award committee -- chaired by Martin Baekgaard (Aarhus University) and with Elizabeth Bell (Miami University) and Claudia Avellaneda (Indiana University) as additional members -- selected the following article for the JBPA Best Paper Award 2020:

Vainre, M., Aaben, L., Paulus, A., Koppel, H., Tammsaar, H., Telve, K., Koppel, K., Beilmann, K., & Uusberg, A. (2020). Nudging towards tax compliance: A fieldwork-informed randomised controlled trial. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.31.84

Two honorable mentions go to (in alphabetical order):

Damgaard, P. R., & Nielsen, P. A. (2020). Does performance disclosure affect user satisfaction, voice, and exit? Experimental evidence from service users. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.32.113

Huang, C., & Shen, R. (2020). Does city or state make a difference? The effects of policy framing on public attitude toward a solar energy program. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.32.126


Past Best Paper Awards

Baekgaard, M., Belle, N., Serritzlew, S., Sicilia, M., & Steccolini, I. (2019). Performance information in politics: How framing, format, and rhetoric matter to politicians’ preferences. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.22.67

An honorable mention goes to:

Bergner, C., Desmarais, B. A., & Hird, J. (2019). Speaking truth in power: Scientific evidence as motivation for policy activism. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.21.27