Professor of Finance and Economics, Durham University

Kevin Dowd is an Irish/British economist, having research interests in private money and free banking, monetary systems and macroeconomics, financial risk measurement and management, risk disclosure, political economy and policy analysis, and pensions and mortality modelling.

Dowd is affiliated with the Cato Institute; is a Senior Fellow at The Cobden Centre; is affiliated with the Institute of Economic Affairs; the Istituto Bruno Leoni; the Independent Institute; and the Pensions Institute.

He has held previous positions with the Ontario Economic Council in Toronto, Sheffield Hallam University, the University of Sheffield, and the University of Nottingham.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Finance and Economics, Durham University