Kyle Herkenhoff
Kyle Herkenhoff

Associate Professor

University of Minnesota

Kyle Herkenhoff is an associate professor at the University of Minnesota and a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. He received grants in the past while an employee at the University of Minnesota. He has interests in macroeconomics, applied macroeconomics, and real estate economics. His dissertation research, which was awarded the Welton Prize in Macroeconomics at the University of California, Los Angeles and the Institute of Humane Studies Dissertation Fellowship, looked at the rise of unsecured credit access among the unemployed during the mid-1980s and its role in jobless recoveries. He received his B.A. in business economics from the the University of California, Los Angeles, as well as his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics.

Authored By Kyle Herkenhoff

working paper

How to Fund Unemployment Insurance with Informality and False Claims: Evidence from Senegal

Coronavirus Recession

Where should the marginal dollar go in U.S. fiscal policy—to testing or to the safety net—amid a pandemic-induced economic downturn?

FamiliesTax & Macroeconomics
working paper

An SEIR Infectious Disease Model with Testing and Conditional Quarantine

FamiliesInequality & MobilityLabor

The case for more internships and apprenticeships in the United States

working paper

Production and learning in teams

working paper

Patent publication and technology spillovers


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