Axel Kicillof Height, Age,  Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Career, Biography 2024 & More

Axel Kicillof Height

Axel Kicillof Height

Axel Kicillof Height

Axel Kicillof Height is 174 Centimeters –1.74 meters feet and 9 Inches. 

Axel Kicillof – Family, Relationship and Affair

Axel Kicillof Height

Born to psychotherapist Daniel Kicillof and psychologist Nora Barenstein, Axel Kicillof is the middle child of three siblings. Kicillof was raised in the Recoleta neighborhood.

His parents, Daniel Kicillof and Nora Barenstein, are non-practicing Ashkenazi Jews. Sadly, Kicillof’s father committed suicide when he was 22 years old.

Yogi Adityanath Biography

Irene, his younger sister, works hard in the translation and psychology departments. In the meantime, his older brother Nicolás, a resident of New York City and a software engineer, also aspires to work in the software industry.

Apart from his governmental and business positions, Kicillof teaches literature at the University of Buenos Aires. Interestingly, he wrote a book that was released in 2014. Kicillof is wed to Soledad Quereilhac on a personal level.

Axel Kicillof Family & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried 
ParentsMother-Nora BarensteinFather-Daniel Kicillof
Spouse/WifeSoledad Quereilhac

Axel Kicillof Physical Measurement

Axel Kicillof  Height In Centimeters –174 cmIn Meters-1.74 mIn Feet and Inches –5’9″
Axel Kicillof WeightIn Kg –65 kgIn Pounds –143 lbs
Axel Kicillof Hair ColourDark Brown
Axel Kicillof Eye ColourBlue

Axel Kicillof Career

Finance Minister

Axel Kicillof Height

Kicillof joined the Ministry of Economy and Public Finance of the Nation’s organizational chart when he was named Secretary for Economic Policy and Developmental Planning during Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s second term.

He was formally appointed as the Minister of Economy on November 18, 2013. One of his major achievements was the renationalization of YPF, where he was instrumental in thwarting Repsol’s (the Spanish energy firm that had owned YPF) requests for compensation.

On November 20, 2013, Kicillof’s appointment as Minister of Economy was declared. His biographer claims that Kicillof had the full support of President Cristina Kirchner and remained in regular contact with her son, MAXIMO.

In addition to aggressively addressing financial difficulties, such as disagreements with uncooperative creditors, he censured Judge Thomas Griesa for erecting legal roadblocks.

Governor of Buenos Aires Province

Axel Kicillof Height

Following the termination of Fernández de Kirchner’s administration, Kicillof initiated a grassroots campaign throughout the Province of Buenos Aires, eventually emerging as the Frente de Todos coalition’s candidate for governor in 2019.

In the October 22, 2019, election, his running mate Verónica Magario received 44.8% of the vote, which was enough to win.

On December 11, 2023, Kicillof was sworn in for a second term after being re-elected, which helped Sergio Massa achieve a surprising triumph in the presidential contest.

Academic Career

Axel Kicillof Height

Axel Kicillof was an adjunct professor at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) Faculty of Economic Sciences from 1998 to 2010.

He became well-known around this time for his comments on the anti-Kirchner and Keynesian website of CENDA (Center for Argentine Development), a think tank he oversaw. During his time as a teacher, Kicillof’s articles became viral; however, several were eventually taken down from the internet.

He started as the first chief teaching assistant in 2003 and finally worked his way up to become a regular adjunct professor of sociology track economics II.

In addition to his position at UBA, Kicillof was an economics professor at the Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, the Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini, and the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes.

Additionally, he was a professor at the Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento’s Institute of Economic and Social Development (UNGS-IDES), where he oversaw the master’s and doctoral programs in social sciences.

Axel Kicillof Social Media Accounts

Instagram idkicillofok1M followers
Facebook idAxel Kicillof902K followers
Youtube ChannelAxel Kicillof34.3K subscribers
Twitter IidAxel Kicillof1.4M Followers

Axel Kicillof Net Worth

Net Worth $6 Million
Monthly Income and Salary$40,000
Yearly Income and Salary$2,00,000
Last Upadated2024


Since 2019, Argentine politician and economist Axel Kicillof has served as the province’s governor of Buenos Aires.

In Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 25, 1971, he was born. Kicillof is well-known for his anti-establishment ideas, which are symbolized by his unconventional clothing code and hairdo. He also has Keynesian economic beliefs.

Kicillof studied at the Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires from 1984 to 1989. He then attended the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) Faculty of Economic Sciences from 1990 to 1995, where he earned a degree in Economics with an emphasis on the public sector, graduating with honors.

In his 122-student class, he was the best student. He studied graduate studies at UBA from 1997 to 2005, where he earned a doctorate in economics.

Génesis y estructura de la Teoría General de Lord Keynes, the title of his PhD dissertation that was eventually turned into a book, read as Genesis and Structure of the General Theory of Lord Keynes.

Kicillof worked under Cristina Fernández de Kirchner as Argentina’s Minister of Economy from 2013 until 2015.

He was a strong proponent of Keynesian economics and played a significant role in the 2012 renationalization of the oil company YPF.

Information Table

NameAxel Kicillof
NicknameKicillof, Kici-love
Date Of Birth25 September 1971
Birthplace/HometownBuenos Aires, Argentina/Buenos Aires
Age53 years old (As 2024)
Birth SignLibra
SchoolColegio Nacional de Buenos Aires
College/UniversityUniversity of Buenos Aires
Education QualificationGraduated 
HobbiesBooks Reading, Writing, Playing Golf and Exercising
Food HabitVegan
ProfessionPolitician, Economist, Researcher
Political PartyJusticialist Party
Political JourneyKicillof also served as Argentina’s Minister of Economy from 2013 to 2015 under the presidency of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *