Nomination Deadline: May 15, 2020
The prize has been established by Bina Agarwal (IAFFE’s first President from the Global South) to honor her late parents, who, throughout their lives and with great generosity, supported young women to pursue their dreams of higher education, and chart out a path of intellectual excellence.
The prize will recognize books that demonstrate new pathways in theory, methodology, empirical analysis, or policy, on any aspect of gender and the economy, and relating to any part of the world. All books in English, including interdisciplinary ones, but within the broad ambit of gender and the economy, will be considered, regardless of the author’s disciplinary background. Single or dual-authored books are eligible, but not multi-authored or editedvolumes, or textbooks.
The prize will carry an honorarium of $1000 and a citation describing the book’s merits. An additional amount (up to $1500) will be available to cover the prizewinner’s expenses to attend the award ceremony at the IAFFE annual conference. The prizewinner will be invited to make a presentation or participate in a conference event on the book’s subject. For a dual-authored book, the prize will be split between authors, and the travel support shared.
For the 2021 prize, to be awarded at the 2021 IAFFE Annual Conference, books published in the calendar years 2018 and 2019 are eligible. Nominators can be publishers, authors, or other interested parties.
For more information regarding the nomination process and to download the Nomination Form go to http://www.iaffe.org/pages/awards/agarwal-book-prize/.