James Kurt Dew began his career as a financial economist for the Federal Reserve. Later, he participated in the creation of financial derivatives, beginning with the introduction of Eurodollar and Standard and Poors futures at the CME, and including the secondary market trading of OTC swaps. He has established and managed trading desks in these instruments and managed MHT Futures, Inc., one of the first bank subsidiaries to clear futures. Today he teaches and writes about the need for market-based innovation. He also writes about market micro-structure, distributed ledger technology, monetary policy, bank regulation, and performance of bank stocks. He has served in Army Intelligence in Afghanistan and Iraq, during the wars there.
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PhD, Economics, Texas A&M University