Ken Singleton
Adams Distinguished Professor of ManagementStanford University
Kenneth Singleton is the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. He has published widely on financial risks and their impacts on economic decision-making, including books on credit risk and dynamic asset pricing. He is President-Elect of the American Finance Association; served as executive editor of the Journal of Finance ; and his professional awards include the Frisch Medal ( Econometrica ) and the Stephen A. Ross Prize in Financial Economics. Ken is currently exploring innovative ways of building the financial capacities of households and small businesses. He is an advisor to Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs and to Nyca Partners; serves on the investment committee of the Stanford GSB Impact; and is co-founder of the nonprofit 1 Grain to 1000 Grains. Ken holds a BA in Mathematics from Reed College and a PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.