Ongoing Grant Opportunities (No Deadline)
Ongoing grant opportunities are circulated regularly during the academic year through the School's Research Newsletter. Past copies are available on the Research Newsletter webpage.
Please note: All grant proposals must be submitted through Columbia's Sponsored Projects office at least five business days before the deadline to ensure adequate time for review from the Sponsored Projects Administration office.
Faculty members are encouraged to contact Anne-Carine Frederique as early as possible when a submission is planned, or to explore opportunities. Please scroll down for a list of upcoming deadlines.
Ongoing Grant Opportunity Resources
- Alfred P. Sloan Foundation: Opportunities in the Economics and Digital Information Technology programs include: Behavioral Economics and Household Finance, Economic Analysis of Science and Technology, Working Longer (understanding of aging Americans' work patterns), Data and Computational Research (developing tools for data-driven, computation-intensive research).
- Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation: Support for research projects on entrepreneurship. The Foundation will review abstracts prior to the submission of formal inquiries.
- Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET): Calls for grants are announced regularly; see website for further details.
- Smith Richardson Foundation: Relevant funding areas include the International Security and Foreign Policy Program and the Domestic Public Policy Program.
- Peter G. Peterson Foundation: Support for projects that will address the urgent challenges of America's fiscal future, with a focus on generating non-partisan, non-ideological solutions.
- Russell Sage Foundation Small Grants in Behavioral Economics: Junior (non-tenured) faculty who have been out of graduate school for no more than two years are eligible.
- Institute of Management Accountants (IMA): IMA's Research Foundation funds timely research in accounting and financial management subjects.
- The Moody’s Foundation: Supports projects in economics and finance, including economic development.
- Marketing Science Institute Research Support: Support for research that deals with topics of importance to member companies, projects with the potential for application by managers as well as more basic or exploratory work.
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Evidence for Action--Investigator-Initiated Research to Build a Culture of Health: Aims to provide individuals, organizations, communities, policymakers, and researchers with the empirical evidence needed to address the key determinants of health encompassed in the Culture of Health Action Framework.