IU College of Arts and Sciences Alumnus Philip Dybvig Wins 2022 Nobel Prize in Economics
Dybvig — who majored in Mathematics and Physics at IU — received the award in recognition of his research about bank runs and liquidity
On Monday, College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Philip Dybvig (B.A. ’76), along with two prominent collaborators Ben S. Bernanke and Douglas W. Diamond, was awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in economics. Dybvig and his colleagues laid the foundation for modern banking research in the early ’80s, and their analyses have been essential in the regulation of financial markets and handling then unprecedented financial crises.