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Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management
06/30/20 Midnight CST
Award of $7,500 and award of $2,500 to USA, Canada, and international researchers to recognize outstanding research papers on the topic of finance. Eligible research fields include sustainable investing, responsible business practices, management, and economics. Prizes are awarded for quantitative papers that are highly relevant to investment practitioners in sustainable and responsible finance.
The Moskowitz Prize is awarded each year to the paper best representing outstanding research on sustainable and responsible investing and the financial implications of responsible business practices in capital markets.
Although the prize is usually awarded to a finance paper, past winners have been from the fields of economics and management as well.
GrantWatch ID#: 186134
The winning paper author(s) will receive a monetary award of $7,500, while the runner-up paper’s author(s) will receive a monetary award of $2,500. Reasonable travel expenses for the winning paper's author(s) to the SRI Conference and the Impact & Sustainable Finance Faculty Consortium will be covered.
The winning paper’s authors will also be invited to present to the global Impact & Sustainable Finance Faculty Consortium. Reasonable travel expenses will be covered.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit a paper for consideration: https://socialimpactatkellogg.submittable.com/submit/5740c5c4-dfe7-487f-aaac-9e3696dad9a6/moskowitz-prize
For questions regarding submission, please contact Prize Administrator Devin Rapson at firstname.lastname@example.org; for other questions regarding the Prize, please contact Faculty Co-Chair Lloyd Kurtz at email@example.com.
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J.L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
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