Professor Tarullo teaches in the areas of international economic regulation, international law, and banking law. From 1993 to 1998 he was, successively, Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, and Assistant to the President for International Economic Policy. From 1995 to 1998 he was also President Clinton’s personal representative to the G7/G8 group of industrialized nations. Prior to joining the Administration, he had practiced law for several years in Washington, mostly in the areas of antitrust, financial markets, and international transactions. From 1987-1989 he was chief counsel on the staff of Senator Edward M. Kennedy. From 1981-1987 he taught at Harvard Law School. Outside the Law Center, Professor Tarullo moderates the bi-monthly World Economic Update series of the Council on Foreign Relations, a forum for debate on the U.S. and global economies among leading Wall Street economists. Professor Tarullo is a also a non-resident senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
Book Chapters & Collected Works
"From law professor to Federal Reserve Governor," an upcoming event featuring Professor Daniel Tarullo, at the Brookings Institute, October 4, 2017.
"Trump’s financial deregulation follows coherent plan," coverage in the Financial Times, June 9, 2017, quoting Professor Daniel Tarullo.
"Outgoing Fed Gov. Daniel Tarullo says cyber security is top on his list," coverage in Marketplace, April 3, 2017, featuring Professor Daniel Tarullo.
"The Boston guy who helped avert economic disaster is leaving the Fed," coverage by the Boston Globe, March 31, 2017, featuring Professor Daniel K. Tarullo.