Nobel prize winner keen to continue his work

Finn Kydland, joint winner of the 2004 Nobel economics prize, was giving a guest lecture at the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH) in Bergen, western Norway when he was told the news he had won the prize.

"I don't think this will affect my work in future. I have my research projects," he said, citing one project on finding ways in which monetary policy affects the real economy. "That one has turned out the be hard," he told Reuters in an interview.

"The work for which

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