- 3 October 2016
- Philippe Aghion (Harvard University), Innovation, Top Income Inequality, and Social Mobility.
- 29 September 2015
- Jean-Charles Rochet (Universität Zürich), Bank Capital in the 21st Century.
- 23 September 2014
- Jordi Galí (CREI), Understanding the Gains from Wage Flexibility.
- 23 September 2013
- Lars Peter Hansen (The University of Chicago), Challenges in Identifying and Measuring Systemic Risk.
- 4 November 2013
- Manuel Arellano (CEMFI), Uncertainty, Persistence, and Heterogeneity: A Panel Data Perspective.
- 7 March 2014
- Ana Revenga (World Bank), The Inverted Pyramid: Pension Systems and the Demographic Challenge in Europe and Central Asia.
- 25 September 2012
- Rafael Repullo (CEMFI), Opening Lecture: Competition and Stability in Banking.
- 20 February 2013
- Albert Marcet (Institut d'Anàlisi Econòmica CSIC), Learning and Asset Prices.
- 16 April 2013
- Christopher Sims and Andrei Shleifer (Princeton University and Harvard University), 25th Anniversary Conference Lessons of the Crisis for Research Agendas in Economics.
- 8 May 2013
- Nicholas Barr (London School of Economics), Pension reform.
- 28 September 2011
- Richard Blundell (University College London), Opening Lecture of the Academic Year, Empirical Evidence and Tax Reform.
- 24 October 2011
- Oscar Fanjul (Omega Capital), Lessons from the Great Depression for the Great Recession.
- 20 February 2012
- Charles Goodhart (London School of Economics), Ratio Controls in Banking Regulation Need Reconsideration.
- 6 June 2012
- Diego Puga (IMDEA Social Sciences), International trade and institutional change: Venice's response to medieval globalization.
- 27 September 2010
- Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics), Opening Lecture: Laws and norms.
- 21 February 2011
- Jorge Padilla (Compass Lexecon), Promoting Renewable Energy: The Spanish Experience.
- 31 May 2011
- Michael Brennan (UCLA), A Financial Innovation: Dividend Futures.
- 28 September 2009
- Martin Browning (University of Oxford), Opening Lecture: Spending time and money in the family.
- 23 November 2009
- Glenn Loury (Brown University), Economics of Affirmative Action.
- 4 February 2010
- Harrison Hong (Princeton University), Are smarter markets better markets?.
- 24 May 2010
- Luis Garicano (London School of Economics), The Impact of Information and Communication Technologies on the Organization of Firms.
- 30 September 2008
- Daron Acemoglu (Masachussetts Institute of Technology), Opening Lecture: Economic development: Lessons from history.
- 28 October 2008
- Fernando Restoy (Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores), The sub-prime crisis: Some lessons for financial supervisors.
- 6 February 2009
- Lucrezia Reichlin (London School of Economics), The econometrics of large dynamic systems.
- 26 May 2009
- Eduardo Schwartz (University of California, Los Angeles), Commodity derivatives and real options.
- 17 September 2007
- James Heckman (University of Chicago), Opening Lecture: The Economics of Skill Formation.
- 6 November 2007
- Carles Boix (Princeton University), Democracy, Inequality and Country-Specific Wealth.
- 3 March 2008
- Christopher Sims (Princeton University), Bayesian Methods in Applied Econometrics, or, Why Econometrics
Should Always and Everywhere Be Bayesian.
- 19 May 2008
- Olympia Bover (Banco de España), Developing Household Finance Surveys: the Spanish Experience and the European Prospect.
- 25 September 2006
- Torsten Persson (Stockholm University), Opening Lecture of the Academic Year, Democratic Capital: The Nexus of Political and Economic Change.
- 7 February 2007
- José Pérez Fernández (Intermoney), El debate sobre las cajas de ahorros.
- 14 March 2007
- Gabriel Tortella (Universidad de Alcalá), ¿Genes o medio social? Los determinantes del espíritu empresarial.
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