Kilian Huber

Saieh Family Fellow in Macroeconomics, Becker Friedman Institute at University Of Chicago

Kilian Huber studies the interaction between the financial sector and the real economy as well as how connections across the economy affect business cycles. He has investigated how financial crises affect growth, how borrowing and stock prices depend on underlying constraints, and how financial regulation affects real outcomes. Prior to joining Booth, Huber was the Inaugural Saieh Family Fellow in Macroeconomics at the Becker Friedman Institute of the University of Chicago. Huber received a PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE). During his studies, Huber spent time as a visiting student researcher at the Center for Labor Economics at UC Berkeley, and as an academic visitor in monetary analysis at the Bank of England.