Invited lectures


Invited lectures

2016-2017

3 October 2016
Philippe Aghion (Harvard University), Innovation, Top Income Inequality, and Social Mobility.

2015-2016

29 September 2015
Jean-Charles Rochet (Universität Zürich), Bank Capital in the 21st Century.

2014-2015

23 September 2014
Jordi Galí (CREI), Understanding the Gains from Wage Flexibility.

2013-2014

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.

2012-2013

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.

2011-2012

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.

2010-2011

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.

2009-2010

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.

2008-2009

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.

2007-2008

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.

2006-2007

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.

Back

© CEMFI. All rights reserved.
Our website uses cookies to analyze the navigation of our users. If you continue browsing this site, you are accepting their use. Our Cookies Policy page contains more information about cookies, how we use them, and how to block them through the settings of your browser.
Close