The 10th SUERF/UniCredit Foundation Research Prize, launched in cooperation with SUERF (The European Money and Finance Forum), is addressed to researchers born after 30 September 1982, citizens or residents/students of the EEA, Switzerland, and non-EEA countries in which UniCredit is present (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Serbia).
Prizes of €2,500 gross will be awarded to up to two outstanding papers on the topic “Crypto assets and decentralized finance – what way forward? What implications for traditional finance? How to regulate and supervise?”. The winning authors will present their papers at a SUERF/UniCredit Foundation Conference to be held in Milan (or in a webinar/e-conference) in 1H23.
Deadline: 30 November 2022
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In order to apply for the UniCredit Foundation’s calls, students must complete the online application form, under the penalty of being excluded from the selection process.
Remind: the form is the same for every competition, therefore you should complete only the fields required by the related announcement.
COMPLETE THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM