Finn Kydland, Nobel laureate in Economics in 2004, will enter at the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) as honorary academician during a solemn session to be held in Barcelona next Monday, June 12. On behalf of the RAED the full academician José Ramón Calvo will receive the new member. The event will be sponsored by the Cajasol Foundation and its president and also full academician of the RAED, Antonio Pulido, will co-chair the session with the president of the Royal Academy, Alfredo Rocafort.
Doctor by Carnegie Mellon University, Kydland received the Nobel prize with Edward Prescott for his contributions to dynamic macroeconomics, the consistency over time of economic policy and the driving forces of the business cycle. He is currently a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara.
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