Call for Nominations for the Arrow Award iHEA’s Arrow Award was created to recognize excellence in the field of health economics with the Award presented to the author or authors of the paper judged to be the best paper published in health economics in English in the award year. The Award was set up in honor of Kenneth Arrow and in recognition of the influence of his seminal paper from 1963 “Uncertainty and the welfare economics of medical care”. Professor Arrow was involved in the creation of the Award and he presented the inaugural prize in 1993. The Award is made every year. Each year the Award committee consider a short-list of up to ten papers, with each paper evaluated by all of the committee members in terms of importance and originality of contribution, appropriateness and innovation in methodology and clarity of presentation. Nominations for the Arrow Award from members of iHEA are welcome and should be sent to the Chair of the Committee (Christopher J. Ruhm: [log in para visualizar]) accompanied by a copy of the paper and a brief cover letter. The deadline for submissions is 28 February 2017.