Joined Stern 2006
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street, 7-86
New York, NY 10012
Kim Ruhl joined New York University Stern School of Business in 2006 as a Visiting Professor and became an Assistant Professor of Economics in July 2008. He teaches the "Global Economy" course in the core M.B.A. program. Prior to joining NYU Stern, Professor Ruhl was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Texas at Austin, and a visiting scholar at the IMF Institute and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
Professor Ruhl's research focuses on international economics, models of firm heterogeneity and national income accounting. His work includes modeling the export decision of firms and estimating the costs associated with entering a new export market. He has been awarded two grants from the National Science Foundation for his research. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of International Economics.
Professor Ruhl received his B.S. in Economics from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota.
Bowling Green State University
University of Minnesota
|National Science Foundation||Trade Liberalization in a World of Heterogeneous Award #0962993||2010|
|National Science Foundation||Fixed Costs of Exporting, Trade Relationships and Real Exchange Rates Award #0536970||2005|
|National Science Foundation||Acquisition of Beowulf Cluster for Economic Research Award #0521499||2005|
Kehoe, T. & Ruhl, K. (2010)
Why Have Economic Reforms in Mexico Not Generated Growth?
Journal of Economic Literature, 2010, 48(4), 1005-27
Kehoe, T. & Ruhl, K. (2009)
How Important is the New Goods Margin in International Trade?
Kehoe, T. & Ruhl, K. (2008)
Are Shocks to the Terms of Trade Shocks to Productivity?
Review of Economic Dynamics, 2008, 11(4), 804-819
Ruhl, K. (2008)
The International Elasticity Puzzle