Thirty-first2022Erik Brynjolfsson, GDP-B: Accounting for the value of new and free goods in the digital economy
Thirtieth2021Matthew Jackson, The economic consequences and dynamics of social networks
Twenty-ninth2019Professor Alicia Rambaldi, International comparison methods
Twenty-eighth2018Professor Daniel Zizzo, Decision making: How to change it and why it matters 
Twenty-seventh2017Professor John Quiggin, Unscrambling the Toll Road Egg
Twenty-sixth2016Professor Leslie M. Marx, How to defend against potential collusion by your suppliers
Twenty-fifth2015Professor Alison Booth, Gender in economics: A story in the making
Twenty-fourth2014Professor Dale Jorgenson, Australia and the Growth of the World Economy
Twenty-third2013Professor John Quiggin, National Accounting and the Digital Economy: The Case of the NBN
Twenty-second2012Professor Ross Garnaut
Twenty-first2011Professor Stephen King
Twentieth2010Professor Erwin Diewert
Nineteenth2009Dr David Gruen, What Have We Learnt? The Great Depression in Australia from the Perspective of Today
Eighteenth2008Mr Gary Banks AO
Seventeenth2007Professor Ian Harper
Sixteenth2006Professor Alan Heston
Fifteenth2005Professor Stan Metcalfe CBE
Fourteenth2004Professor Allan Fels AO
Thirteenth2003Mr Angus Maddison
Twelfth2002Mr Ian Macfarlane
Eleventh2001Dr Peter McCawley, Asian Poverty: What can be Done?
Tenth2000Professor Bob Gregory
Ninth1999Mr Ted Evans
Eighth1998Mr Ian Castles
Seventh1997Professor Geoffrey Harcourt
Sixth1996Dr Peter Crossman
Fifth1995Professor Warren Hogan
Fourth1994Emeritus Professor H.M. (Ted) Kolsen
Third1993Professor Peter Groenewegen
Second1992Emeritus Professor Heinz Wolfgang Arndt
Inaugural1991Emeritus Professor Jim O.N. Perkins