Andrew is interested in Market & Systemic Risk, Macro-policy & investing, as well as Neuroscience, AI, and philosophy. He currently teaches at Stanford's Management Science & Engineering Department and is also a Faculty Affiliate of the Stanford Neuroscience Institute. He was previously Co-Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director at leading convexity hedge funds where he developed and managed Equity and FICC volatility and exotic/correlation portfolios. Prior to that, he developed fixed income and equity derivative businesses for Morgan Stanley, UBS in Tokyo, Hong Kong, London and Chicago. He has also advised various official sector institutions on volatility and systemic risk. He studied at Stanford and Cambridge and was also a Fellow at The Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
MS&E 447: Systemic and Market Risk : Notes on Recent History, Practice, and Policy (Spring)
MS&E 101A: Undergraduate Directed Study (Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer)
MS&E 408A: Directed Reading and Research (Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer)