The 27th Annual Moskowitz Prize for Outstanding Quantitative Research in Sustainable and Responsible Investing

Description

THE MOSKOWITZ PRIZE
(Review the full call for papers via this link: kell.gg/moskowitz-cfp)

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.

More information on judging and past winners can be found on the prize website: https://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/social-impact/academics/moskowitz-prize.aspx

ELIGIBILITY

- Both published papers and working papers are eligible. Working papers should be of a quality suitable for publication in a - peer-reviewed academic journal.
- Papers will be considered for the Prize only once.
- Past winners are welcome to enter the competition with new work, and multiple submissions from an author/group of authors are accepted.

QUESTIONS

For questions regarding submission, please contact Prize Administrator Devin Rapson at devin.rapson@kellogg.northwestern.edu; for other questions regarding the Prize, please contact Faculty Co-Chair Lloyd Kurtz at lloyd.kurtz@kellogg.northwestern.edu.