Webcasts

The RES YouTube Channel hosts short video interviews and webcasts of RES Lectures from 2012 onwards. Follow @EJ_RES for alerts to new video content.

Keeping Economics Relevant:

Royal Economic Society Live!

This is the new channel for all the sessions being streamed live from the RES Annual Conference. Register to the channel to  sign up to watch live and participate remotely in a select number of sessions as well as accessing a library of papers, information on speakers and their topics. Take a look here.

Annual Public Lecture

Webcasts and summaries of the RES Annual Public Lecture from 2001 onwards.

Policy Lectures

The Policy Lecture series is an opportunity for leading economists to speak both to academics and to policy-makers and to others interested in the development of economic policy. View Webcasts from the RES policy lecture series.

RES Annual Conferences

Webcasts from RES conferences. Further information about papers and speakers from all past conferences can be viewed on the conference archive.

RES Conference 2014 - held at University of Manchester, Mon 7th April to Wed 9th April 2014.

Keynote speakers:

The Psychology of Scarcity – Sendhil Mullainathan of Harvard University, Hahn lecture
Inequality, Technological Change and Globalisation – David Autor of MIT,  Economic Journal lecture
The Costs and Benefits of International Financial Integration – Hélène Rey of London Business School, Sargan Lecture

Prize winning research at the Conference:
Who Buys Private Health Insurance? – Pau Olivella and Marcos Vera Hernandez, winner of the RES Prize for the best Economic Journal paper in 2013
Insurance: More than Meets the Eye – Johannes Spinnewijn, winner of the Austin Robinson Prize for the best Economic Journal paper in 2013 by an author within five years of receiving their PhD
Stock Market Volatility: What can we Learn from Options Prices?- Fabrizio Ferriani, winner of the Dennis Sargan Econometrics Prize for the best Econometrics Journal paper in 2012 by an author within five years of receiving their PhD

Special sessions:

Keeping Economics Relevant- Sir Charles Bean, RES President
Changing How We Teach Economics- Wendy Carlin, UCL on the Core/Inet project
Financial Fair Play in Football- Stefan Szymanski of the University of Michigan, who spoke at the EJ special session on the ‘Economics of “Financial Fair Play” in European Soccer’.

RES Conference 2013

Held at Royal Holloway University, 3rd April to 5th April 2013

Keynote speakers:
Charles Manski, Northwestern University (Sargan Lecture)
Raquel Fernandez, NYU (EJ Lecture)
Matthew Jackson, Stanford (Hahn Lecture)

RES Conference 2012

Held at the University of Cambridge, 26 March to 28 March.

Keynote speakers:
Elhanan Helpman Harvard University (EJ Lecture)
Nancy Stokey University of Chicago (Hahn Lecture)
Ariel Pakes Harvard University (Sargan Lecture)

RES Conference 2011

Held at Royal Holloway, University of London 18-20 April 2011.

Keynote speakers :
Vincent Crawford, Oxford and UCSD (EJ Lecture);
Jean Tirole, TSE,(Hahn Lecture)
Rosa Matzkin, UCLA(Sargan Lecture).

RES Annual Conference 2009

Held at the University of Surrey, 20-22 April 2009

Keynote speakers:
David Laibson (Harvard)
Pinelopi K. Goldberg (Princeton)
Gilles Saint-Paul (Toulouse, Birkbeck)
John Vickers (Oxford)

Festival of Economics Bristol 2013.

Watch RES sponsored broadcasts of popular media and academic economists here.

Audio recordings of interviews conducted by Romesh Vaitilingam (RES & VoxEU) with speakers at the 2013 Festival of Economics:

Andrew Sentance on Growth

Bridget Rosewell on Cities

Julia Unwin on Poverty

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