Charles M. Kahn
Professor of Finance and Fred S. Bailey Memorial Chair of Finance
Ph.D., Economics, Harvard University, 1981
B.A. (M.A.), Honors, Economics, University of Cambridge, 1977
B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Applied Mathematics, Harvard University, 1975
Fred S. Bailey Memorial Chair of Finance, University of Illinois, 1997-2013
Co-director, Office of Banking Research, University of Illinois, 1992-2013
Professor of Economics, University of Illinois, 1990-2013
Chair, Finance Department, University of Illinois, 2009-2012
Houblon Norman Fellow, Bank of England, 2007-2008
Visiting Tan-Chin Tuan Professor of Economics, National University of Singapore, 2007
Overseas Fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge University, 1999-2000
Visiting Fellow, Australian National University, 1994
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1988-1990
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, 1986-1989
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, 1981-1985
Kahn, C. 2013. Private Payment Systems, Collateral, and Interest Rates. Annals of Finance, 9: 83-114
Kahn, C., Roberds, W. 2012. Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS). In Ritzer, George (Ed.), Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. England: John Wiley & Sons.
Espinosa-Vega, M., Sole, J., Kahn, C., Matta, R. 2011. Some Implications of Systemic Risk and the Design of Regulatory Architecture. In Stijn Claessens, Douglas D Evanoff, George G. Kaufman and Laura Kodres (Ed.), Macrorudential Regulatory Policies: The New Road to Financial Stability. World Scientific Publishing Co..
Associate Editor, Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures, 2012
Editorial Board Member, Economics Bulletin, 2000-2011
Teaching interests: Financial institutions, game theory.
A specialist in the economics of information and uncertainty, his research focuses on the applications of the theory of contracts and incentives to banking and financial intermediation. Current projects include an examination of arrangements for payment systems, including clearing houses, wire-transfers, and electronic moneys. He has been a Houblon-Norman Fellow of the Bank of England and is currently a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
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