Lectures 2021

 

2021 CeFES-JRC Webinar Series
Jordi Galì (CREI- Pompeu Fabra) Should the ECB Adjust its Strategy in the Face of a Lower r*? View
Angus Deaton (Princeton University) COVID-19 and Global Income Inequality View

Lectures 2020

 

Joint CeFES, ECOMOD & JRC webinar
David F. Hendry (Nuffield College, University of Oxford) Econometric Modelling of Climate Change with Implications for Climate Policies View
Corrado Macchiarelli (Brunel University London and NIESR)
Mara Monti (LSE European Institute and Sole 24 Ore)
Claudia Wiesner (Fulda University of Applied Sciences)
Sebastian Diessner (LSE European Institute and European University Institute)
The European Central Bank between the Financial Crisis and Populisms View

 

Lectures 2019

 

1st CefES conference
Reint Gropp (Halle Institute for Economic Research) The Cleansing Effect of Banking Crises View
Philippe Martin (Science Po) International Trade Under Attack: What Strategy for Europe? View
Andrew Moravcsik (Princeton University) The Bark is Worse than the Bite: Why Populist Foreign Policies are Doomed to Disappoint View
Guido Tabellini (Bocconi University) Identity, Beliefs and Political Conflict View

 

EMCC-IV conference
S. Battiston (University of Zurich, UZH) Climate Risk and Financial Stability in the Network of Banks and Investment Funds View
D. F. Hendry (University of Oxford) Econometrics for Empirical Climate Modeling View
E. Scoccimarro
(Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change - CMCC)
Tropical Cyclones in a Changing Climate View