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Webcasts and summaries of the RES Annual Public Lecture from 2001 onwards.
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.
Choose the discussion panels and talks you want to view from the RES sponsored Festival of Economics Programme of panels and discussions here. You can also listen to audio recordings of interviews conducted by Romesh Vaitilingam (RES & VoxEU) with speakers at the 2013 Festival of Economics:
Webcasts from RES conferences. Further information about papers and speakers from all past conferences can be viewed on the conference archive.
Held at Royal Holloway University, 3rd April to 5th April 2013
Charles Manski, Northwestern University (Sargan Lecture)
Raquel Fernandez, NYU (EJ Lecture)
Matthew Jackson, Stanford (Hahn Lecture)
Held at the University of Cambridge, 26 March to 28 March.
Elhanan Helpman Harvard University (EJ Lecture)
Nancy Stokey University of Chicago (Hahn Lecture)
Ariel Pakes Harvard University (Sargan Lecture)
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
David Laibson (Harvard)
Pinelopi K. Goldberg (Princeton)
Gilles Saint-Paul (Toulouse, Birkbeck)
John Vickers (Oxford)
Claudio Borio of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) talks to Romesh Vaitilingam about where the pre-crisis consensus on monetary policy-making went wrong.The interview, which was recorded in April 2010, represents Claudio Borio's personal views and does not necessarily reflect those of the BIS.