Finn Kydland

2004 Joint Nobel Prize Winner in Economics

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Travels From: Los Angeles, USA

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Nobel Prize Speaker Finn Kydland
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    Finn Kydland

    2004 Joint Nobel Prize Winner in Economics

    Speaker Fee Range: $50,000 - $100,000 USD

    Travels From: Los Angeles, USA

    Finn Kydland is available for virtual keynotes and webinars. Please complete the form or contact one of our agents to inquire about the fees for virtual engagements. Please note: the fee range listed above is for in-person engagements.

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    2004 Nobel Prize in Economics awardee. Speaker Finn Kydland is widely recognized as a driving force of business cycle changes, economic policy formulation, and macroeconomic research. Organizations book Finn Kydland to learn about the global economy, macroeconomic dynamics, monetary and physical policy, and political economics.

    Finn Kydland Speaker Biography

    Nobel Prize speaker Finn Kydland teaches at the University of California as the Henley Professor of Economics. In 2004, he received the Nobel Prize in Economics. Finn Kydland and Edward C. Prescott obtained the award thanks to their contributions to business cycles as well as dynamic macroeconomics. Today’s macroeconomics is heavily influenced by Finn’s theories and approaches.

    The Ph.D. in economics that Kydland received from Carnegie Mellon in 1973 was the result of his interest in theoretical economics. Edward C. Prescott guided Finn’s dissertation, the Decentralized Macroeconomic Planning. Kydland joined NHH as an assistant professor after completing his Ph.D. Later, he returned to Carnegie Mellon in 1978 as an associate professor. Since then, he has been permanently residing in the United States.

    In 2004, Finn Erling Kydland joined the faculty of the University of California. Before that, he taught at the same school where he obtained his Ph.D., the Tepper School of Business of Carnegie Mellon University. 

    The Hoover Institution and the Universidad Torcuato di Tella are among the institutions where he has held professor positions and visiting scholar.

    Speaker Finn Kydland is a driving force of business cycle changes, economic policy formulation, as well as macroeconomic research. His innovative work is extremely popular when it comes to economics in general and political economics. Finn gives significant insights on monetary and fiscal policy, business cycles, and the current global economic situation to audiences worldwide.

    Finn Erling Kydland is a well-known conference speaker whose high-quality presentations have contributed to the transformation of business cycle theory through the integration of the theory of economic growth with the theory of business cycles.

    Finn Kydland Speaking Videos

    Finn Kydland - The temptation and perils of inconsistent policy
    Finn Kydland - Who is to blame: Productivity Growth or the Euro?