alt Award Winners 2020 - Congratulations!

 



Richard L. D. Morse Applied Consumer Economics Award - Professional Paper

Jesse Jurgenson, Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor
University of Maryland

The Impact of Parental Financial Socialization on the Economic Well-Being and Financial Decision-making of Young Adults Over Time

Consumer Movement Archives Applied Consumer Economics Award - Student Paper

Guangyi (Nancy) Wang
Graduate Research Assistant
Ohio State University

ACA Medicaid Expansion & Low-Income Homeownership



CFP® Board’s Financial Planning Paper Award

HanNa Lim
Assistant Professor
Kansas State University

The Factors Related with the Decision to Self-direct Own Retirement Plan
Richard Stebbins
Assistant Professor
University of Alabama

The Factors Related with the Decision to Self-direct Own Retirement Plan
Travis Sholin
Ph.D. Student
Kansas State University

The Factors Related with the Decision to Self-direct Own Retirement Plan



National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) Paper Award

Yingying Zeng
Ph.D. Student
Washington University in St. Louis

Workplace Financial Counseling: Credit Outcomes Among Lower-Paid, Entry-Level Workers
Mathieu Despard, Ph. D.
Associate Professor
University of North Carolina Greensboro

Workplace Financial Counseling: Credit Outcomes Among Lower-Paid, Entry-Level Workers
Sophia Fox-Dichter
Data Analyst
Washington University in St. Louis

Workplace Financial Counseling: Credit Outcomes Among Lower-Paid, Entry-Level Workers



Journal of Consumer Affairs Best Article Award

Stephen P. Roll
Research Assistant Professor
Washington University in St. Louis

Encouraging Tax‐Time Savings with a Low‐Touch, Large‐Scale Intervention: Evidence from the Refund to Savings Experiment - Iss 53:1; pp 87-125
Blair D. Russell
Social Science Analyst
US Department of Housing and Urban Development


Encouraging Tax‐Time Savings with a Low‐Touch, Large‐Scale Intervention: Evidence from the Refund to Savings Experiment - Iss 53:1; pp 87-125
Dana C. Perantie
Senior Clinical Research Coordinator

Washington University in St. Louis

Encouraging Tax‐Time Savings with a Low‐Touch, Large‐Scale Intervention: Evidence from the Refund to Savings Experiment - Iss 53:1; pp 87-125
Michal Grinstein-Weiss
Shanti K. Khinduka Distinguished Professor and
Associate Dean for Policy Initiative
Washington University in St. Louis
Encouraging Tax‐Time Savings with a Low‐Touch, Large‐Scale Intervention: Evidence from the Refund to Savings Experiment - Iss 53:1; pp 87-125



Thomas Brooks Best Reviewer Award

Melissa Bublitz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh



Robert O. Herrmann Ph.D. Outstanding Dissertation Award

Somer Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Accounting
Maryville University

Mortgage Debt and Retirement Transition Decisions



The Richard L. D. Morse Mid-Career Award

Robin Henager, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean
Whitworth School of Business



FINRA/ACCI Undergraduate Student Poster Competition

Chris Beland - 1st Place Winner
University of Southern Maine

Influence of Health and Wealth on Retirement Satisfaction
Taohua Wen - 2nd Place Winner
University of Missouri

Online and Mobile Investment Technology Adoption Among U.S. Investors
Keane Swenson - 3rd Place Winner
University of Georgia

Mobile Financial Services and Healthcare Utilizationin Zimbabwe



Student / Young Professional Conference Scholarships

Pan-Ju (Cindy) Chen
University of Georgia
Zhujun (Cici) Cheng
The Ohio State University
Hyeran Chung
University of Illinois at Urbana-Chanpaign
Kenneth De Beckker
KU Leuven
Danah Jeong
University of Georgia
Seongsu Kim
University of GEorgia
Sunwoo (Tessa) Lee
The Ohio State University
Taufiq Quadria
Texas Tech University
Aditi Routh
University of Georgia
Guangyi (Nancy) Wang
University of Georgia
Weipeng Wu
University of Missouri
Chengyang Yan
University of Rhode Island
Dongyue Ying
The Ohio State University
Yingying Zeng
Washington University in St. Louis