posted April 17, 2015
Professor Timothy Kehoe, an MSI Principal Investigator from the Department of Economics, has been awarded a 2015-16 Guggenheim Fellowship. These Fellowships are awarded by the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation and, according to the Foundation, are presented “on the basis of prior achievement and exceptional promise” in various fields of study. A notice about this award appears on the College of Liberal Arts website.
Professor Kehoe intends to use his Fellowship grant to study the impact of NAFTA and trade liberalization. Researchers in his group are using MSI resources to model the effects of international bailouts during the European debt crisis of 2008-2013.