Every two years the IJF editors select the “best” paper to have been published in the IJF within the previous two-year period. The Best Paper Award consists of US$1000 and an engraved plaque. In recent years, up to three additional papers have received Outstanding Paper Awards.
2020-2021 Best Paper Award
2020-2021 Outstanding Paper Award
2018-2019 Best Paper Award
2018-2019 Outstanding Paper Award
2016-2017 Best Paper Award
2016-2017 Outstanding Paper Award
2014-2015 Best Paper Award
2014-2015 Outstanding Paper Awards
- Graefe, A., Armstrong, J. S., Jones, R. J., & Cuzán, A. G. (2014). Combining forecasts: An application to elections International Journal of Forecasting, 30 (1), 43–54.
- Rossi, B., & Sekhposyan, T. (2014). Evaluating predictive densities of US output growth and inflation in a large macroeconomic data set International Journal of Forecasting, 30 (3), 662–682.
2012-2013 Best Paper Award
2012-2013 Outstanding Paper Award
2010-2011 Best Paper Award
2010-2011 Outstanding Paper Awards
2008-2009 Best Paper Award
2008-2009 Outstanding Paper Awards
2006-2007 Best Paper Award
2006-2007 Outstanding Paper Awards
2004-2005 Best Paper Award
2004-2005 Outstanding Paper Awards
2002-2003 Best Paper Award
2002-2003 Outstanding Paper Awards
- R. J. Hyndman, A. B. Koehler, R. D. Snyder and S. Grose (2002) “A state space framework for automatic forecasting using exponential smoothing methods,” International Journal of Forecasting, 18 (3), 439-454.
- D. M. Miller and D. Williams (2003) Shrinkage estimators of time series seasonal factors and their effect on forecasting accuracy ,” International Journal of Forecasting, 19(4), 669-684.
- K. F. Wallis (2003) Chi-squared tests of interval and density forecasts, and the Bank of England’s fan charts ,” International Journal of Forecasting, 19 (2), 165-175.
2000-2001 Best Paper Award
2000-2001 Outstanding Paper Awards
- J.S. Armstrong, V.G. Morwitz, and V. Kumar (2000), Sales forecasts for existing consumer products and services ,” International Journal of Forecasting, 16, 383-397.
- S. Makridakis and M. Hibon (2000), The M3-competition: Results, conclusions and implications ,” International Journal of Forecasting, 16, 451-476.
- P. Goodwin (2000), Correct or combine? Mechanically integrating judgmental forecasts with statistical methods,” International Journal of Forecasting, 16, 261-275.
1998-1999 Best Paper Award
1996-1997 Best Paper Award
1994-1995 Best Paper Award (shared)
1992-1993 Best Paper Award