Albert "Pete" Kyle
Charles E. Smith Chair Professor of Finance
Robert H. Smith School of Business (University of Maryland)
Professor Kyle teaches at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, where his teaching interests include market microstructure, institutional asset management, venture capital and private equity, corporate finance, option pricing, and asset pricing. Before joining Maryland, Professor Kyle taught at Duke University (1992 - 2006), the University of California, Berkeley (1987 - 1992), and Princeton University (1981 - 1987).
Professor Kyle has been a Fellow of the American Finance Association in (2013), a Fellow of the Econometric Society (2002), a board member of the American Finance Association (2004 - 2006), a staff member of the Presidential Task Force on Market Mechanisms (Brady Commission, 1987), a member of NASDAQ’s Economic Advisory Board (2004 - 2007), a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Economic Advisory Committee (2010 - present), and a member of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Technology Advisory Committee (2010 - 2012).
Professor Kyle holds an honorary doctoral degree from the Stockholm School of Economics (2013).
Education: B.S. (Mathematics), Davidson College (1974); Rhodes Scholar (Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University) (1974 - 1977); Ph.D. (Economics) the University of Chicago (1981)
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