Charles J. Dale
Financial Economist
Office of Chief Counsel

Education Summary

  • Ph.D. Economics, Georgia State University, 1978
  • M.S Decision Sciences, Georgia State University, 1972
  • M.S. Physics, University of Georgia, 1970
  • B.S. Physics, Kent State University, 1966

Fields of Interest

  • Government policy and regulation
  • Financial crises
  • International financial markets
  • Econophysics
Financial Economist
Division of Economic and Risk Analysis
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1999–present
Economist
U.S. Departments of Energy, Army, Commerce, and Treasury
1978-1999
  • Charles Dale and John Zyren, Noncommercial Trading in the Energy Futures Markets, 1996, Petroleum Marketing Monthly, xxiii-xxiv.
  • Charles Dale and Anthony Vignola, The Efficiency of the Treasury Bill Futures Market: An Analysis of Alternative Specifications, 1980, Journal of Financial Research 5, 169-188. Reprinted in Gerald D. Gay and Robert W. Kolb (eds.), Interest Rate Futures: Concepts and Issues, Richmond, Virginia: Robert F. Dame, Inc., 1982, 213-235, and in A.E. Peck (ed.), Selected Writings on Futures Markets: Explorations in Financial Futures Markets, Chicago, Illinois: Chicago Board of Trade, 1985, 319-338.
  • Charles Dale, Brownian Motion in the Treasury Bill Futures Markets, 1981, Business Economics, 47-54.
  • Charles Dale, The Hedging Effectiveness of Currency Futures Markets, 1981, Journal of Futures Markets 1, 77-88.
  • Charles Dale and Rosemarie Workman, The Arc Sine Law and the Treasury Bill Futures Market, 1980, Financial Analysts Journal, 71-74.
  • Charles Dale and Anthony J. Vignola, Is the Futures Market for Treasury Bills Efficient?, 1979, Journal of Portfolio Management, 78-81.
  • Charles Dale, The Evolution of Global Exchanges.

Conference Activities

Paper presentation, 2003 International Atlantic Economic Conference
Discussant, 2001 Washington Area Finance Association Conference

University Presentations

Kent State University, 2010
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, 2002