Adjunct Fellow for Energy
Energy, energy security; international finance, behavioral finance, economics of national security.
Dr. Daniel Ahn is an adjunct fellow for energy at CFR. He is also the chief commodities economist at Citigroup and adjunct associate professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.
Previously, Dr. Ahn worked at Citadel Securities, Barclays Capital, and at Lehman Brothers. He has held research and teaching positions at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government and the National Bureau of Economic Research. He was also a member of the Energy Security Working Policy Group.
Dr. Ahn's research specializes in international and behavioral finance and the economics of natural security, and he is the author of multiple academic and policy publications. His research has been profiled in U.S. Congressional testimony and by the Vice President's Office. He received his AB in economics and finance with honors from Princeton University and his PhD in economics from Harvard University.
New York, New York
Adjunct fellow for energy and author of Improving Energy Market Regulation: Domestic and International Issues
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