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Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research provides grants for [[economics]], business and financial research that examine, on a scholarly basis, the use of [[derivative]] instruments - including [[futures]] [[contract]]s, [[options]] on futures contracts, [[forward contract]]s, and swaps - as an [[investment]] vehicle.  
Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research provides grants for [[economics]], business and financial research that examine, on a scholarly basis, the use of [[derivative]] instruments - including [[futures]] [[contract]]s, [[options]] on futures contracts, [[forward contract]]s, and swaps - as an [[investment]] vehicle.  


Grants up to $25,000<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.business.uiuc.edu/research/researchupdatesept2004.pdf|name=Research Funding
Grants up to $25,000<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.business.uiuc.edu/research/researchupdatesept2004.pdf:|name=Research Funding
Update|org=ULUC|date=January 27, 2009}}</ref>are available to universities, colleges, academic foundations, academic institutions, individuals, and research entities.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://researchfunding.duke.edu/detail.asp?OppID=1105|name=Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research - Grants for Economic, Business and Financial Research on Use of Derivatives|org=Duke University|date=January 27, 2009}}</ref>
Update|org=ULUC|date=January 27, 2009}}</ref>are available to universities, colleges, academic foundations, academic institutions, individuals, and research entities.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://researchfunding.duke.edu/detail.asp?OppID=1105|name=Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research - Grants for Economic, Business and Financial Research on Use of Derivatives|org=Duke University|date=January 27, 2009}}</ref>
    
    

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Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research provides grants for economics, business and financial research that examine, on a scholarly basis, the use of derivative instruments - including futures contracts, options on futures contracts, forward contracts, and swaps - as an investment vehicle.

Grants up to $25,000[1]are available to universities, colleges, academic foundations, academic institutions, individuals, and research entities.[2]


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