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Kilian Huber studies the interaction between the financial sector and the real economy as well as the propagation of shocks across different parts of the economy. In his academic work, he has analyzed how the structure and health of banks affects firm growth, how firms react to interest rate and asset price fluctuations, how connections between different industries and regions shape macroeconomic growth, and how discriminatory ideologies harm firms. Huber was the inaugural Saieh Family Fellow in Macroeconomics at the Chicago Becker Friedman Institute and received a PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE). He has received a Sloan Fellowship and a Lamfalussy Fellowship.

2023 - 2024 Course Schedule

Number Course Title Quarter
33401 Money and Banking 2023 (Autumn)
33650 Workshop in Macro and International Economics 2023 (Autumn)

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