Nottingham Centre for Research on
Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP)
   
   
  

The World Economy Annual Lectures

GEP is grateful to Wiley-Blackwell, proud publisher of  The World Economy for sponsorship of this Lecture Series.

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    2011

    • 8th June
      Professor Robert Staiger, Stanford University 'What Does Globalization Mean for the WTO? A View from Economics'
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    2010

    2009

    2008

     

    2007

     

    2006

    • 22nd June
      Richard Baldwin, Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, on 'The Path to Global Free Trade: Spaghetti Bowls as Building Blocs' 
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    2005

     

    2004

    • 10th Spetember
      Anne Krueger, First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund on 'De Tocqueville's 'dangerous moment': the importance of getting reformsright'

     

    2003

    • 26th June
      Richard Freeman (Harvard University) on 'The Exaggerated Impact of Trade on the Labour Market'

     

    2002

     

    2001

     

    2000

    • 5th July
      Jagdish Bhagwati (Columbia University) on 'Is There Life After Seattle? Reflections on the Prospects for Globalisation

     

    1999

    • 28th October
      Sebastian Edwards (University of California, Los Angeles) on 'Financial Crises and Contagion'

     

    1998

    • 17th September
      Matthew Slaughter (Dartmouth College, New Hampshire) on 'Globalisation and Wages: A Tale of Two Perspectives'
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