Miriam Pozen Prize


Nominations will be open on March 1, 2022 and will close on April 15, 2022.


Through the recognition of outstanding research or practice in financial policy by an academic or practitioner, the Miriam Pozen Prize advances the GCFP’s mission of catalyzing innovative, cross-disciplinary and nonpartisan research, and educational initiatives that address the unique challenges facing governments in their role as financial institutions and as regulators of the financial system. 

The GCFP is currently soliciting nominations for the Miriam Pozen Prize from researchers and practitioners in financial policy as well as from the public at large. Nominations will open on March 1, 2022 and close on April 15, 2022. The prizewinner, to be announced in the spring of 2022, will deliver a public lecture at MIT. To nominate an individual for the Miriam Pozen Prize, please include: 

  • A one-page bio of the nominee;
  • and a two-page summary of the significant contributions the nominee has made in the field of financial policy.

The contributions can be either academic in nature (for example, a path-breaking study on how to improve participation in retirement savings), or practice (for example, developing an innovative program or business to improve the provision of financial services). This is a global prize and contributions from around the globe can be recognized. 

Please submit all nominations and questions to