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NOBEL LAUREATE KYDLAND IN A PHONE CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 12, 2004


On October 12, 2004, a day after receiving the 2004 Nobel Prize in Economics, Professor Finn E. Kydland speaks from Norway to reporters at the Santa Barbara campus. Listen to excerpts from this phone conference, provided in four formats—MP3, Windows Media, RealPlayer and QuickTime.
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    Professor Kydland's opening remarks to an audience of about seventy, including reporters, faculty, staff and students. (1:36 minutes)
     
     
  • Reporter Kristina Ackermann of the campus newspaper, Daily Nexus, asks
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    Kydland, "What would you like to say to the students about your work, and to students who are trying to achieve the same goals that you already have?" (1:37 minutes)

        
  • Santa Barbara News-Press reporter Morgan Green asks the new Laureate, "What is the
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    central message that you want your students to walk out of that classroom with?" (1:31 minutes)

        
  • Ryan Pearson of the Associated Press asks Professor Kydland, "How does it feel to be
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    awarded this as a UCSB professor for work that you've done so long ago, and what attracted you to UCSB?" (1:57 minutes)

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