CALL FOR PAPERS: The 26th Annual Moskowitz Prize for Outstanding Quantitative Research in Sustainable and Responsible Investing
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2021
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. The Moskowitz Prize recognizes outstanding quantitative research papers that are relevant to investment practitioners in sustainable and responsible finance. Although the prize is usually awarded to a finance paper, past winners have been from the fields of economics and management as well.
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. The winning paper’s authors will be invited to present to the global Impact & Sustainable Finance Faculty Consortium. Reasonable travel expenses will be covered. The Journal of Investing customarily accepts the winning paper for publication, although this is not a requirement or certainty and occurs at the discretion of the author.
HISTORY & PURPOSE
The prize is named for Milton Moskowitz (1932-2019), one of the field’s first and most innovative investigators, whose pioneering legacy continues through the Moskowitz Prize. In 2020 the Moskowitz Prize became an initiative of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. First presented in 1996 by the U.S. Social Investment Forum, the Prize was awarded by UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business from 2005- 2019.
To learn more and to find a link to submit your research please either visit the Moskowitz Prize website or review the full call for papers.