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Kedrosky advises the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation as a senior fellow, and has been the executive director of the William J. von Liebig Center at the Jacobs School of Engineering at University of California, San Diego, California. He is a professional speaker and a contributing editor with Bloomberg Television. Kedrosky's blog Infectious Greed was named in 2011 as one of the top 25 financial blogs by Time. He also founded GrokSoup, one of the first hosted blogging services.[unreliable source?]
Kedrosky obtained his undergraduate degree in engineering from Carleton University, an MBA from Queen's University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario. He lives in La Jolla, California.[non-primary source needed]
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