Philip Bond, Ph.D.


Edward E. Carlson distinguished Professor of Capital Markets, Business, Finance and Economics.

Philip Bond, Ph.D.

About Prof. Phillip Bond

Philip Alan Bond is Edward E. Carlson Distinguished Professor in Business Administration in the Finance and Business Economics Department of the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. Before the current position, he served on the faculties of the Finance departments at Carlson (University of Minnesota), Wharton (University of Pennsylvania), and Kellogg (Northwestern University). He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago, and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Oxford.

He has held leadership positions in internationally prominent academic organizations, most notably as co-editor of the Journal of Finance (the field’s leading academic journal; co-editor since 2016), and as president of the Finance Theory Group (2016-2017). He has published 25 papers, the majority of these appearing in the field’s leading academic journals, on a wide array of topics relating to capital markets, market microstructure, microeconomics, monetary policy, financial markets, macroeconomics, derivatives, financial intermediation, and the structure of the Financial Services industry and Investment Banking. Learn more ...