Robin Cosgrove Prize for Ethics in Finance
CALL FOR PAPERS: 2008 Announcement and Guidelines
The Robin Cosgrove Prize for Ethics in Finance awards prize money of USD 20,000 for creative and unpublished papers setting out innovative ideas to promote ethics in finance.
By encouraging young professionals to examine their own attitudes and behaviour, the Robin Cosgrove Prize promotes sustainable ways for encouraging higher standards of ethics in all aspects of finance.
The Prize reflects Robin's vision. He was a bright young investment banker who died at age 31. He believed passionately that a major barrier to economic development was the lack of ethical practice in banking and financial systems.
The second edition of the Robin Cosgrove Prize has been launched in June 2008. Young professionals, aged 35 years or younger, can submit a paper, in English or in French, before the deadline of midnight, 31st of May 2009 (CET).
Saif Ullah, University of Alberta|
Inderpreet Chawla, Project Manager, UNEP Finance Initiative
Jem Bendell, Director, Lifeworth Consulting
Rania Abdul Rahim Mousa, Birmingham Business School
Jonathan Wisebrod, Director, VILLARI
Clare Payne, Associate Director, Macquarie Bank
Joy Mueni Maina Kiiru, Assistant Lecturer, University of Nairobi
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