Darrel Duffie
Professor of Finance
at Stanford
Distinguished Fellow
EducationStanford University, Ph. D. (Engineering Economic Systems) (1984).

Academic AppointmentsAdams Distinguished Professor of Management and Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business; Professor (by courtesy), Department of Economics, Stanford University.

Prior AppointmentsMathematical Sciences Research Institute, University of California, Berkeley, 1985 - 1986; Universit´e de Paris, Dauphine, 1998; University of Lausanne, 2007 - 2008; EPFL, 2015 - 2016; President, American Finance Association, 2009 - 2010.

Recognition & AwardsFellow, Econometric Society; Smith-Breeden Distinguished Paper Prize, Journal of Finance, 1997; Graham and Dodd Award, Financial Analysts Journal, 2001; NYSE Prize for equity research, Western Finance Association, 2002; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Ross Prize, FARFE (with Jun Pan and Ken Singleton), 2015; AQR Prize (with Haoxiang Zhu), 2016; Amundi Smith Breeden Prize, best paper, Journal of Finance, 2018.

Research Field
Darrell Duffie's research interests include over-the-counter markets, banking, financial stability, credit risk, valuation and hedging of derivative securities, financial market infrastructure, the term structure of interest rates, financial innovation, security design, and market design.
Recent Work
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