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Danny Ralph is Professor of Operations Research, and a founder and Academic Director of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, in Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. He is Fellow and Director of Studies for Management Studies in Churchill College, where he also serves on the board of the Moller Centre.  Danny received his PhD in 1990 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He joined the Mathematics and Statistics Department at The University of Melbourne in 1993 before coming to Cambridge University, in 2000, for a joint appointment in the Engineering Department and Judge Business School.  He is Editor-in-Chief of Mathematical Programming (Series B). His research interests include optimization methods, equilibrium models and, in particular, modelling investment risk in electricity generation capacity.  His business interests focus on risk in decision making including the power generation industry.

Risk in business decision making
Risk aversion in electricity markets
Methods and models for optimisation problems and equilibrium systems.
Professor of Operations Research, Judge Business School
Academic Director, Centre for Risk Studies