Irving Kristol Award - AEI

Irving Kristol Award

The Irving Kristol Award is the highest honor conferred by the American Enterprise Institute. AEI gives the award annually to an individual who has made exceptional intellectual and practical contributions to improve government policy, social welfare, or political understanding.

The Irving Kristol Award was established in 2002 in honor of AEI senior fellow Irving Kristol. It replaced the Institute’s Francis Boyer Award, which had been awarded annually for the previous twenty-five years.


Recipients of the Irving Kristol Award

2017 | Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

2016 | Robert P. George

2015 | Benjamin Netanyahu

2014 | Eugene Fama

2013 | Paul Ryan 

2012 | Leon Kass

2011 | Martin Feldstein

2010 | David Petraeus

2009 | Charles Murray

2008 | John Howard 

2007 | Bernard Lewis

2006 | David Hackett Fischer

2005 | Mario Vargas Llosa

2004 | Charles Krauthammer

2003 | Allan Meltzer

Recipients of the Francis Boyer Award

2002 | Norman Podhoretz

2001 | Clarence Thomas

2000 | Christopher DeMuth

1999 | Michael Novak

1997 | James Q. Wilson

1996 | Alan Greenspan

1995 | George Will

1994 | Carlos Salinas de Gortari

1993 | Richard Cheney

1991 | Irving Kristol

1990 | Thomas Sowell 

1989 | Antonin Scalia

1988 | Ronald Reagan

1987 | Paul Volcker

1986 | David Packard

1985 | Jeane Kirkpatrick

1984 | Robert Bork

1983 | Sir Alan Walters

1982 | Hanna Holborn Gray

1981 | Henry Kissinger

1980 | William Baroody Sr.

1979 | Paul Johnson

1978 | Arthur Burns

1977 | Gerald Ford

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