Timothy J. Kehoe


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Articles in Atlántico, Faro de Vigo, and La Vanguardia about a presentation in July 2014, joint with Finn Kydland, on the current recession in Spain at Afundación in Vigo.

Interview on “Why the Dreams and Nightmares of NAFTA Didn’t Come True,” PBS Newshour, PBS, February 2014.

Interview in El País in June 2013 on the urgent need for economic reforms in Spain.

A write-up on the award of the 2013 Dean’s Medal of the College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota.

Interview on Radio Nacional Española in December 2012 about the economic crisis in Spain.

Joint interviews in La Expansión with Finn Kydland about the economic crisis in Spain: June 2012 and December 2012.

Address for the Inauguració del Curs 2012-2013 de la Facultat d'Economia i Empresa of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, October 2012: Video (the address, in Catalan, starts at around 27:50), brief summary in English, overheads.

Interview in La Contra, La Vanguardia, Barcelona, in July 2012 on how Spain can get out of its economic crisis.

A couple of articles about Tim’s trip to Solsona to give a public lecture in Catalan about the economic crisis in Catalunya and Spain in June 2012.

Interviews in the Spanish Press in May and June 2012 on the economic crisis in Spain: Cinco Días, Madrid; Expansión, Madrid; La Opinión, Murcia; La Verdad, Murcia. Interviews on TR7 Televisión Regional de Murcia and Popular TV Murcia.

Click here for an article (in Spanish) by Juan Carlos Conesa in La Vaguardia on 21 November 2011. The research discussed in this article is contained in

Harold L. Cole and Timothy J. Kehoe, "Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises," Review of Economic Studies, 67 (2000), 91–116.

Juan Carlos Conesa and Timothy J. Kehoe, "Gambling for Redemption and Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises," 2011.

Click here for a blog entry in the on-line Financial Times discussing the same research.

After-dinner speech and toast at NYU in honor on Tom Sargent the week he won the Nobel Prize in October 2011. (The entire celebration — at least the speeches — as compiled by Ricardo Lagos.)

Click here for an article in the Minnesota Daily on 11 November 2009 about Econ 4033, Current Economic Issues: Financial Crises and Depressions. Click here for a scanned version. Here is an article from the web page of the University of Minnesota about the same course. Here is an article from the web page of the College of Liberal Arts.

Click here for an article by Caroline Baum in the Bloomberg News in March 2009 about the relevance of the Great Depressions Project run by Ed Prescott and Tim for the U.S. financial crisis. The research discussed in this article is contained in

Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba and Timothy J. Kehoe, "The Current Financial Crisis: What Should We Learn from the Great Depressions of the Twentieth Century?" Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Research Department Staff Report 421, February 2009.

Click here for an article in the March 2009 NBER Digest about Caroline Betts and Tim’s work on real exchange rates. The research discussed in this article is contained in

Caroline M. Betts and Timothy J. Kehoe, "Real Exchange Rate Movements and the Relative Price of Non-traded Goods," NBER Working Paper 14437, October 2008.

Click here for an interview with Ed Prescott and Tim by the EconomicDynamics Newsletter in November 2007 about the Great Depressions Project.

Click here for an article in Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Region in September 2007. The research discussed in this article is contained in

Timothy J. Kehoe and Kim J. Ruhl, "Are Shocks to the Terms of Trade Shocks to Productivity?" Review of Economic Dynamics, 11 (2008), 804–19.

Click here to see an article in the 15 July 2006 issue of the Economist that discusses Tim's work on evaluating the performance of applied general equilibrium models used to study the impact of the North America Free Trade Agreement. The research discussed in the Economist article is contained in

Timothy J. Kehoe, "An Evaluation of the Performance of Applied General Equilibrium Models of the Impact of NAFTA," in Timothy J. Kehoe, T.N. Srinivasan, and John Whalley, editors, Frontiers in Applied General Equilibrium Modeling: Essays in Honor of Herbert Scarf, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 341-77.

Click here for an interview in Minnesota Economics in November 2005.

Click here for an interview in Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Fedgazette in July 2005. Click here for the lead editorial in the 14 July, 2005 St. Paul Pioneer Press based on this interview. The research discussed in this article is contained in

Timothy J. Kehoe and Kim J. Ruhl, "The North American Free Trade Agreement after Ten Years: Its Impact on Minnesota and a Comparison with Wisconsin," CURA Reporter, 34:4 (2004), 1–10.

Click here for an article in the Swiss weekly news magazine Die Weltwoche in October 2003 about Tim and Ed Prescott’s characterization of Switzerland as being in a great depression. (In German)

Click here for an interview in AméricaEconómica.com in March 2003. (In Spanish)

Click here and here for a profile that appeared in the Minneapolis Star Tribune in January 2003.

Click here for an article about the Kehoe brothers that appeared in Providence, the Providence College Alumni Magazine. (Reprinted from the fall 2003 issue of Providence Magazine, courtesy of Providence College.)

Click here for a story based on an interview in Business Week Online done in October 2001.

A little bit of Spanish poetry.


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