Resident scholars are selected from the top academic and policy institutions in fields related to the Bank’s broad policy interests. The scholars pursue their own research while providing intellectual leadership by advising and collaborating with our staff of more than sixty economists. They present their own work at Research Group seminars and attend presentations by others.
The resident scholars also work closely with the director of research, and have the opportunity to contribute to the Bank's main policymaking discussions on topics such as monetary policy and macroeconomics, international economics, banking supervision and regulation, capital markets, financial stability, and applied microeconomics with an emphasis on regional and national issues.
The program complements our Visiting Scholars Program
, in which economists from major research institutions present their own work and make themselves available to discuss our staff's current research.
For the 2022-2023 academic year, the Research and Statistics Group is pleased to have in residence Darrell Duffie, the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management and Professor of Finance at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Duffie is a Research Fellow of the National Bureau of Economic Research, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Duffie is a past president of the American Finance Association. In 2014, he chaired the Market Participants Group, charged by the Financial Stability Board with recommending reforms to Libor, Euribor, and other interest rate benchmarks. He is a member of the Leadership Team of the G30 Working Group on Treasury Market Liquidity. Duffie’s recent books include Technology and Finance
, with Thierry Foucault, Laura Veldkamp, and Xavier Vives, CEPR Press, 2022, Digital Currencies: The US, China, And The World At A Crossroads
, with Elizabeth Economy, Hoover Press, March, 2022, and Post-Crisis Bank Regulations and Financial Market Liquidity
, DeGruyter, 2022.
Darrell Duffie 9/22-3/23
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