Juha Kilponen is the head of the forecasting in the Monetary Policy and Research department of the Bank of Finland.
Juha Kilponen took his Master's and Licentiate degrees in Social Sciences at the University of Joensuu, where he majored in economics. He completed his PhD in economics with the European University Institute in 1999. Prior to his current responsibilities at the Bank of Finland, Kilponen served as an economist in the forecasting division of the Bank's Economics Department in 2003–2005. Before this, he had been attached to the Government Institute for Economic Research (VTT) as an economist and also worked as a visiting researcher at the Cass Business School in London in 2001, and at the Bank of Finland in 1999 and 2003. Kilponen visited the Directorate General Research at the European Central Bank in autumn 2007 on a five-month contract and 2009–2010 on a 15-month contract. Kilponen worked as Senior Economic Adviser in the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) during 2010–2011.
The Sensitivity of Job Destruction to Vintage and Tenure Effects with Juuso Vanhala, Bank of FinlandScandinavian Journal of Economics (forthcoming)Consumption, Leisure and Borrowing ConstraintsThe B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 12(1), 2012Transmission Lags and Optimal Monetary Policy with Kai Leitemo, Norwegian School of Management (BI)Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 35(4), 2011New Evidence of Implicit Contracts from Linked Employer-Employee Data with Torsten Santavirta, Aalto School of EconomicsScandinavian Journal of Economics 112(4), 2010Why Do Growth Rates Differ? Evidence from Cross-country Data on Private Sector Production with Matti Viren, Bank of FinlandEconomica, Published on-line in July, 2009Model Uncertainty and Delegation: A Case for Friedman's k-percent Money Growth Rule? with Kai Leitemo, Norwegian School of Management (BI)Journal of Money Credit and Banking, 40(2-3), 2008Un Siglo y Media de Velocidad de Circulación del Dinero en España: Estimatión y Determinantes with Concepción Garciá-Iglesias (University of Helsinki) and Albert Carreras (Pompeu Fabra University)Revista de Historia Economica (Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History) No. 2 2006Taxation and Centralised Wage Setting: The Case of Endogenous Labour Supply with Pekka Sinko (Government Institute for Economic Research)Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 52(4), 2005Labour taxation, public finance and wage-determination with Jaakko Kiander and Jouko VilmunenEuropean Journal of Political Economy, 20, 2004Labour Market Flexibility in the Euro Area with David Mayes and Jouko Vilmunen (Bank of Finland)European Business Journal 12(2) 2000.
Factor Mobility with David MayesThe European Union Economics and Policies, 8th Edition, (ed). Ali El-Agraa, Cambridge University Press, 2007Monetary Aspects of Changing Economy with Concepción Garciá-Iglesias, University of HelsinkiThe Road to Prosperity: An Economic History of Finland (Eds. Jari Ojala, Jari Eloranta and Jukka Jalava). Suomen Kirjallisuuden Seura 2006Model Misspecification, Robustness and Monetary Policy with Mark Salmon, City University Business SchoolMoney Matters, Essays in Honour of Alan Walters, Patrick Minford (Ed.), Edwar Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2004. 62-78Factor Mobility with David MayesThe European Union Economics and Policies, 7th Edition, (ed). Ali El-Agraa, Pearson Education, 2004Nordic Countries during the Classical Gold Standard Period – A Structural Time Series Approach with Concepción Garciá-Iglesias, University of HelsinkiStudying Economic Growth. New Tools and Perspectives P. Vikström (ed.), Occasional Paper in Economic History, Umeå University, No. 7, 2004
Welfare and bond pricing implications of fiscal stabilization policies with Kai Christoffel and Ivan JaccardBank of Finland Research Discussion Paper 32/2013 Estimating Intertemporal Elasticity of Substitution in a Sticky Price Monetary Policy Model with Oskari Vähämaa (University of Turku) and Jouko Vilmunen (Bank of Finland)Bank of Finland Research Discussion Paper 09/2013
Sovereign risk, European crisis resolution policies and bond yields with Helinä Laakkonen and Jouko Vilmunen (Bank of Finland)Bank of Finland Research Discussion Paper 22/2012 (under revision in International Journal of Central Banking)