George I. Treyz Award
for Excellence in Economic Analysis

Regional economic models are the key to predicting the effects of transportation, economic development, energy, fiscal and environmental policies.
— George Treyz, REMI Founder

ABOUT THE aWARD

In honor of the founder of REMI, the George I. Treyz Award is awarded annually in recognition of exceptional economic analysis conducted with the REMI model.

The award will be presented at an announcement ceremony at the User's Conference, on Thursday, October 26.

SUBMIT A PAPER

If you would like to apply for consideration for the award, please click here.

The deadline for submitting a paper for the George I. Treyz Award is September 8.

REMI founder George I. Treyz, 1936-2013.

REMI founder George I. Treyz, 1936-2013.


Previous Winners

2016: Sandia National Laboratories (Vincent Tidwell, Vanessa Vargas, Shannon Jones et al) Analysis of High Plains Resource Risk and Economic Impacts

2016: Sandia National Laboratories (Vincent Tidwell, Vanessa Vargas, Shannon Jones et al)

Analysis of High Plains Resource Risk and Economic Impacts

2015: Keybridge (Robert Wescott, Katie Archer, and Cameron Egan) Impact of Introducing an Electric Vehicle Rebate on the Oregon Economy

2015: Keybridge (Robert Wescott, Katie Archer, and Cameron Egan)

Impact of Introducing an Electric Vehicle Rebate on the Oregon Economy