International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) is seeking applications for its Small Grants Program.
The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) was founded in 1997 to support research and education in experimental economics. IFREE was and is the only foundation annually supporting research projects, educational seminars and outreach workshops in experimental economics.
IFREE does not support experiments that focus on individual decision making, including but not limited to, risk and time preferences, individual investment or portfolio allocation, elicitation of individual willingness to pay/accept, ability of individuals to perform tasks or make decisions under stress or cognitive load.
- The IFREE Small Grants Program provides funding of up to $10,000 for research projects that are consistent with IFREE’s Mission Statement and IFREE’s “principles of belief.”
- Funding decisions are based on scientific-merit, likelihood of success, expected benefits and broader impacts, and are subject to the availability of funds
- The Small Grants Program is open to anyone affiliated with a research institution, regardless of citizenship or location of the institution.
- Funding preference will be given to proposals that include one or more investigators who have participated in an IFREE workshop, either as a teacher or a student, and/or received pre or post-doctoral support from IFREE.
- The long term sustainability of the IFREE Small Grants Program depends upon volunteers to review proposals. Therefore, successful applicants may be asked to become part of the pool of reviewers to review proposals on an ad hoc basis.
- Successful applicants will be expected to submit a final report within 6 months of the project’s completion. The report should account for use of the IFREE funds, describe the research conducted, summarize key results, and list all working papers, grant submissions, publications, etc.
- Papers must acknowledge funding support from the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics Small Grants Program.
For more information, visit https://ifreeweb.org/research/the-ifree-small-grants-program/