Jeremy C. Stein
Outside (Non-Harvard) Activities Since 2006
A. Compensated Activities*
I have given paid talks for a number of financial firms, investor groups, academic institutions, and central banks.
- Key Square Capital Management, 2016-2019.
- BlueMountain Capital Management, 2015.
- Guggenheim Partners, 2005-2007.
- The Clearing House Association: “An Analysis of the Impact of ‘Substantially Heightened’ Capital Requirements on Large Financial Institutions,” unpublished paper with Anil Kashyap and Sam Hanson, 2010.
Honoraria for Papers
- Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, for “Rethinking Capital Regulation,” with Anil Kashyap and Raghuram Rajan, 2008.
- Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, for “The Federal Reserve’s Balance Sheet as a Financial Stability Tool,” with Robin Greenwood and Sam Hanson, 2016.
- Brookings Institution, for “Strengthening and Streamlining Bank Capital Regulation,” with Robin Greenwood, Sam Hanson and Adi Sunderam, 2017.
- Brookings Institutions, for “Business Credit Programs in the Pandemic Era,” with Sam Hanson, Adi Sunderam and Eric Zwick, 2020.
- International Monetary Fund, for “Can Policy Tame the Credit Cycle?” 2021.
- Federal Reserve Board: Governor, May 2012-May 2014.
- U.S. Treasury Department: Senior Advisor to the Secretary; and concurrently, staff of National Economic Council, February-July 2009.
- Quarterly Journal of Economics: co-editor, 2011-2012.
- Journal of Economic Perspectives: co-editor, 2007-2008.
- Study Center, Gerzensee, Switzerland: summer-school course, 2011.
- Northwestern University: visiting scholar, 2009.
- University of Chicago: visiting scholar, 2017.
- Stanford University: visiting scholar, 2018.
B. Significant Non-Compensated Activities
- Harvard Management Company: Board of Directors, 2015-present.
- American Finance Association: President, 2008; President-Elect, 2007; Vice-President, 2006; Board of Directors, 2009-2011.
- Financial Advisory Roundtable, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 2006-2012; 2019-present.
- Squam Lake Group, 2008-2012.
* Excludes honoraria from non-profit institutions, government agencies, and academic journals of $3,000 or less in a given year, and payments from for-profit firms of $500 or less in a given year.