The Brandes Institute Award
Sponsored by: The Brandes Institute
Applicant must be a graduate student or professor with original, unpublished research on one of the following topics: (1) Benjamin Graham-based investment principles solving a current problem for long-only equity investors; (2) Behavioral biases when investing in equities and practical approaches to counter or exploit these biases; (3) Risk and its relationship to volatility for long-only equity investors; or (4) New perspectives for DB, DC and Hybrid pension plans. Paper must have an "abstract" that summarizes the issue, methodology, and solution in 500 words or less.
|Application Deadline||May 31|
|Scholarship, Grant, Fellowship or Contest||Contest|
|Award Coverage||plus preferential consideration for publication in on of the Institutional Investor Journals and an invidation to a dinner reception at a Brandes office, including an introduction to Charles Brandes|
|Must be repaid?||no|
|Required to attend a specific school?||no|