Tim Kehoe has been an advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis since 2000. A native of Newport, Rhode Island, he received his B.A. in economics and mathematics from Providence College in 1975, and his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University in 1979.
A professor at the University of Minnesota since 1987, Tim is currently the Distinguished McKnight University Professor in the Department of Economics and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His research and teaching center on the theory and application of general equilibrium models. He has advised several foreign governments, including Spain on the impact of joining the European Community in 1986, Mexico on the impact of joining the North America Free Trade Agreement in 1994, and Panama regarding foreign trade and investment reform in 1997–98.
Tim’s distinguished career has included numerous visiting professorships at universities across the globe, authoring more than 100 books and academic articles, and supervising 68 Ph.D. theses in economics. He has received numerous research grants and awards, including nine grants from the National Science Foundation. He has been a Fellow of the Econometric Society since 1991. In 2008 he was made Doctor Honoris Causa by the Universidade de Vigo in Spain.
The Opportunity Costs of Entrepreneurs in International Trade
August 2016 - Staff Report
Published In: Economics Letters (Vol. 146, 2016, pp. 01-03)
The Stages of Economic Growth Revisited, Part 2
April 2016 - Economic Policy Papers
The Stages of Economic Growth Revisited, Part 1
March 2016 - Economic Policy Papers
The Interaction and Sequencing of Policy Reforms
November 2015 - Staff Report
Gambling for Redemption and Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises
February 2015 - Staff Report
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