Curriculum Vitae Joost Driessen
Department of Finance
Faculty of Economics and Business
P.O. Box 90153
5000 LE, Tilburg, the Netherlands
Phone: +31-13-4662324 (office)
Phone: +31-13-4662420 (secretary)
EM: j.j.a.g.driessen AT uvt.nl
Employment and fellowships
Professor of financial derivatives, Tilburg University, August 2009 - …
Professor of financial derivatives, University of Amsterdam, October 2007 – July 2009
Associate professor of finance, University of Amsterdam, March 2005 – September 2007
Assistant professor of finance, University of Amsterdam, March 2001 – March 2005
Ph.D. student at CentER, Tilburg University, August 1997 – February 2001
Visiting Ph.D. student, Department of Economics, University of Chicago, March 2000 - June 2000.
Associate editor of the Review of Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Quarterly Journal of Finance
Referee for Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Annals of Operation Research, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Empirical Finance, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Futures Markets, Journal of Financial Econometrics, Econometrics Journal, Journal of International Money and Finance, Review of Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Management Science, Review of Economic Studies.
Organizer 2002-2003 Finance Seminar Series at Tinbergen Institute / UvA.
Organizer of the ‘Annual Asset Pricing Retreat’, 2005-2010 Amsterdam (joint with Ludo Phalippou and Alessandro Beber), 2012 (London), 2013 (Oxford), 2014 (Tilburg)
- Vice-Dean of Research, Tilburg, September 2018 - ...
- Head of Finance Department, Tilburg, June 2012 - July 2016
- Head of Finance Department Amsterdam, May 2008 – July 2009
- Teaching coordinator Finance: January 2007 – July 2009
- Program director Msc Business Economics – Finance, Sept 2006 – Sept 2008
- MIF/MBA Exam committee: Sept 2005 – Sept 2008
PhD Thesis Supervision
Otto van Hemert (graduated 2006, placement: NYU, joint with Frank de Jong)
Tse-Chun Lin (graduated 2009, placement: Hong Kong University)
Dion Bongaerts (graduated 2010, placement: Erasmus University Rotterdam, joint with Frank de Jong)
Juan-Miguel Londono-Yarce (graduated 2011, placement: now at Federal Reserve Board, joint with Lieven Baele)
Patrick Tuijp (graduated 2016, placement: University of Amsterdam, joint with Alessandro Beber)
Ran Xing (graduated 2016, placement: Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Zorka Simon (graduated 2016, placement: University of Mannheim, joint with Theo Nijman)
Ivo Kuiper (graduated 2017)
Jac. Kragt (graduated 2018, joint with Frank de Jong)
Jeroen van Zundert (graduated 2018)
Ricardo Barahona (joint with Rik Frehen)
Joren Koeter (joint with Sebastian Ebert and Ole Wilms)
David Zerbib (joint with University of Lyon)
Tomas Jankauskas (joint with Lieven Baele)
Grants and Prizes
Three research grants Inquire Europe, 2002, 2003, and 2014
VIDI grant from NWO (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research), 2010
GARP Research grant for research on corporate bond liquidity, 2008
Research grant Inquire UK, October 2006
Netspar theme grant, 2006 and 2013
VENI grant from NWO, March 2003
Research grant BSI Gamma Foundation, November 2002
2008 Inquire Europe 2nd price for presentation of ‘Derivative Pricing with Liquidity Risk’, 2009.
Barclays Global Investors Award for the best symposium paper at the European Finance Association meeting, 2003
Best Teacher Award Master’s in International Finance UvA program 2003-2004
Best Teacher Award Master’s in International Finance UvA program 2004-2005
Nominated for Best Teacher at the entire University of Amsterdam (10 nominees in total, 2006)
2nd price Pierson Medaille 2007 (promising Dutch young economists)
University of Amsterdam:
· Msc courses in Investments, Derivatives, Risk Management
· PhD courses in Asset Pricing and Advanced Asset Pricing
· Msc and MBA courses in Derivatives and Investments
· PhD course in Asset Pricing
Master's thesis supervision in econometrics and finance.
Applied research projects and executive teaching for ABP, PGGM, Philips Pension Fund, APG, Rabobank International, ABN-AMRO, IMC Asset Management, KIFID, Kempen Capital Management, van Lanschot Bankiers, Norwegian Ministry of Finance.
Member of academic advisory board at Philips Pension Fund.
Education and Qualifications
Ph.D. in quantitative finance, Center for Economic Research, Tilburg University, June 2001
Dissertation: Empirical Studies on the Pricing of Bonds and Interest Rate Derivatives (June 2001). Supervisors: Theo Nijman and Bertrand Melenberg.
University: Tilburg University, 1992-1997, doctorandus degree in econometrics (cum laude).
Secondary: Dominicus Gymnasium Nijmegen, 1986-1992 (cum laude).