Miriam Pozen Prize

Miriam Pozen Prize

As MIT’s first-ever prize in financial policy, the Miriam Pozen Prize consists of $200,000 to be awarded biennially for research or practice in financial policy by an academic or practitioner, starting this year (2020). Additionally, a two-year fellowship will be awarded to an MBA student at MIT Sloan, which will be worth approximately $30,000 per year and will bear the name of the Miriam Pozen Prize honoree.

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In establishing the Miriam Pozen Prize, the GCFP hopes to contribute to the improved evaluation and management of government financial institutions, regulation of financial markets and institutions and measurement and management of risk.