Kevin is co-head of CEEMEA Economics within Goldman Sachs’ Global Macro Research. Prior to assuming this role in 2016, he was a senior economist in the European Economics team focusing on the Euro area and UK economies. Kevin has also worked on a number of issues affecting the global economy, including the global “savings glut,” the relationship between credit supply and economic growth, and the relationship between potential growth and asset returns. He joined Goldman Sachs in 2001 and was named managing director in 2010.
Kevin has been awarded the Society of Business Economists’ (SBE) Rybczynski Prize twice, in 2004 for his paper “Has Euroland Performed That Badly?” and in 2007 for his paper “Gender Inequality, Growth and Global Ageing.” He is a member of the advisory panel to the UK’s Office for Budget Responsibility and of a steering group of independent experts advising the UK Statistics Authority. Kevin has appeared as an expert witness before the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee and the House of Lords European Union Committee. Kevin earned a BA in Economics from Cambridge University, an MSc, with distinction,in Economics from UniversityCollege London and a PhD in Economics from Trinity College Dublin.
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