Congratulations are in order to the winners of the Richard E. Fox Prizes awarded for the three best papers presented at this year's Austrian Student Scholars Conference. The level of papers at this year's conference was quite high.
First Prize was awarded to Malavika Nair, graduate student at Suffolk University, for her paper, "Money or Money Substitutes?: Implications of Selgin's Small Change Challenge."
Second Prize went to Xavier Mera, graduate student at the University of Angers in France, for his paper, "The Social Function of Derivatives Markets."
Third prize was awarded to G. P. Manish, graduate student at Suffolk University, for his paper, "Central Economic Planning and India's Economic Performance (1950-1965)."
Congratulations also goes to all of the other participants who presented an excellent body of papers. It is encouraging to see such good work being produced by young scholars.