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MAR 2022 PRNEWSWIRE ARTICLE: MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy opens nomination period for the second biennial Miriam Pozen Prize

NOV 2021 MIT SLOAN ARTICLE: Economist Stanley Fischer critiques COVID-19 monetary policies

OCT 2021 PRESS RELEASE: Inaugural Miriam Pozen Prize Address by Stanley Fischer

SEP 2020 MIT SLOAN ARTICLE: MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy Names Stanley Fischer as Winner of the First Miriam Pozen Prize

SEP 2020 PRESS RELEASE: MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy Names Stanley Fischer as Winner of the First Miriam Pozen Prize

JAN 2020 PRESS RELEASE: MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy names judges for the Miriam Pozen Prize

DEC 2019 PRESS RELEASE: MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy Announces the Miriam Pozen Prize to Recognize Outstanding Contributions to Financial Policy

“MIT is a recognized leader in the fields of finance, economics, and public policy. Further, we have a long history of scholarship on issues related to transformational financial policy. I am pleased that with the Miriam Pozen Prize, we will recognize outstanding contributions – not only in research, but also in practice. And that we are able to affirm, once again, MIT’s commitment to developing practical solutions to the challenges we face.”

—MIT Sloan School of Management
Dean David Schmittlein

“I welcome the establishment of the Miriam Pozen Prize, which will help attract attention to the importance of bringing together the best of theory and practice to make progress on the critical challenges facing financial policy makers.”

—Co-Director of the GCFP and School of Management
Distinguished Professor of Finance Robert C. Merton

“The Miriam Pozen Prize advances our mission of catalyzing innovative, cross-disciplinary and non-partisan 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 Miriam Pozen Prize honors the finest in research and practice, and we look forward to it inspiring further advances in our field and enhancing the quality of financial decision-making in the public sector.”

—Director of the GCFP and Sloan Distinguished
Professor of Finance Deborah J. Lucas