Miriam Pozen Prize

Miriam Pozen Prize

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At a Glance 

The Miriam Pozen Prize recognizes outstanding research or practice in financial policy by an academic or practitioner. It is awarded under the aegis of the Golub Center for Finance and Policy (GCFP) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Awarded biennially, the prize supports the improved evaluation and management of government financial institutions, regulation of financial markets and institutions, and measurement and management of risk. 

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. MIT Sloan will also award a two-year fellowship to a promising MBA student. The fellowship, which will be worth approximately $30,000 per year, will bear the name of the Miriam Pozen Prize honoree for the two academic years following the award of the prize.  

 The GCFP is 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.  

For more information on nominations and the nomination process, please use the link at the top of the page or visit gcfp.mit.edu/miriampozen-nominate. 

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.

About the MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy 

The mission of the Golub Center is to serve as a catalyst for 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 Center is building a foundation that will support transformative improvements in the development and execution of financial policy today and in the decades to come. It leverages the Institute’s reputation of academic excellence and commitment to public service, and the acumen of MIT Sloan. For more information on the GCFP, please visit: gcfp.mit.edu. 

About the MIT Sloan School of Management 

The MIT Sloan School of Management is where smart, independent leaders come together to solve problems, create new organizations, and improve the world. Learn more at mitsloan.mit.edu.