The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) – Small Grants Program
IFREE funds primary research in market and personal exchange systems. The foundation supports research and education in experimental economics.
Small Grants Program Description
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.” All proposals undergo a peer-review process. Funding decisions are based on scientific-merit, likelihood of success, expected benefits and broader impacts, and are subject to the availability of funds.
Investigators are encouraged to carefully read the “Inspiration Anchoring IFREE” page. 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.
To request funding, proposals must meet the budget and formatting guidelines, Click here for proposal submission form. If you have any questions or problems, contact the Chair of the Proposal Evaluation Committee (currently Jim Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org). Proposals may be submitted at any time. Below is the timeline for review:
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IFREE BOARD MEETING
Replies to investigators will be given within about 30 days of the board meeting in which the proposal was reviewed. Grants will be made only to universities, university foundations or other recognized research institutions, not to individuals
For more details : http://ifreeweb.org/research/the-ifree-small-grants-program/