We received a lot of submissions and some papers were finally accepted for publication, after peer review. Out of those, 3 were pre-selected for taking part in the voting process by experts in the field. This process is now completed and we are happy to announce the winner! Collecting 42% of the 71 anonymous votes, the winner is….
Kai Liu, from the Department of Social Security, School of Labor and Human Resources, Renmin University of China in Beijing, with the paper called “Health inequality and community-based health insurance: a case study of rural Rwanda with repeated cross-sectional data”. This paper is available to download (pdf here). You can also see the abstracts of the other award candidates by clicking here.
On behalf of our Editors in Chief, we would like to congratulate Kai Liou and co-authors (Benjamin Cook and Chunling Lu) for their contribution and their success! And of course thank you to everyone who submitted their work and the experts who voted!
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