The GFOA and are thrilled to announce cash awards for answering long-standing public finance questions.

What if there were resources to support, recognize, and reward academic writing in public finance?  There now is such financial resourcing for four specific questions. There is $500 for up to four initial proposals for each of the questions.  Articles are required to be produced for publication for each $500 start-up funding to be published in a future edition of the Public Finance Journal.  The selected researchers or research teams will be informed in writing, will complete the research as described in proposal, and submit the article for publication to the Public Finance Journal, and agree to all terms to have your article published. 

To learn more about the GovFiPrize and submit a proposal, visit the GFOA's website.