Felix Kübler is a professor of economics at the University of Zurich and the Swiss Finance Institute. His research interests include econometrics, computational economics, general equilibrium theory and portfolio choice. He has been published in The International Economic Review, the American Economic Review, the Review of Economic Dynamics, among many other academic journals.
In 2012, Kübler was selected as an Economic Theory Fellow in recognition of his outstanding scholastic achievement. In that same year, he was awarded the Gossen Prize, recognizing outstanding German economists under the age of 45. He has also been admitted as a member of the Econometric Society.
Kübler has held positions at Stanford University, the University of Manmheim, and the University of Pennsylvania. He is an associate editor of Econometrica, Quantitative Economics, and the Journal of Mathematical Economics. He as serves as a member of the editorial board for Economic Theory and the Review of Economic Studies.
Kübler received his undergraduate education from the Universität Bonn in his native Germany. He went on to earn his masters degree and PhD from Yale University.
Felix Kübler will present during the Computational Economics Colloquium on March 5.