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The Danish ambassador to Norway, Jarl Frijs-Madsen, will visit the University of Oslo to give a guest lecture on the future of globalization and international trade, exemplified through the modern Danish economic diplomacy.
Olivier Blanchard, Professor emeritus at MIT and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, will hold a lecture on the natural rate unemployment hypothesis, in honour of Trygve Haavelmo.
ESOP invites to a public lecture with professor Jeffrey Sachs from Columbia University. Sachs is a leading scholar in sustainable development and director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
ESOP invites to a public lecture with professor Richard Freeman from Harvard University. Freeman will discuss how a combination of Shared Capitalism and Pension Fund Socialism can become a viable and more equitable new economy.
Professor Sir David F. Hendry from Nuffield College at Oxford University will present "Deciding between Alternative Approaches in Macroeconomics", in honour of Trygve Haavelmo.
Special lecture for Master students and Phd students at the Department of Economics. Dirk Bergemann is the Douglass and Marian Campbell Professor of Economics at Yale University.
A Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will modernise and strengthen EU's trade policy. What does this mean for Norway?
ESOP invites to a Public Lecture for students with Debraj Ray, professor at New York University and affiliated researcher at ESOP. Ray has written the book "Development Economics" used in ECON1910.
What is the link between constitutions and economic development? Ruth Berins Collier and James Robinson give two perspectives on the interplay between institutions and economic development.
For the 100 Year Anniversary of Norwegian women’s right to vote, ESOP has invited Lena Edlund and Andreas Kotsadam to talk about the current status of women worldwide from a development perspective. ESOP's prize for the best MA thesis on gender issues in 2013 will also be awarded.
Professor Vernon L. Smith, Chapman University, will give a lecture on how learning from economic experiments helps to inform the understanding of recessions and bubbles. Smith won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2002 for having established laboratory experiments as a tool in empirical economic analysis, especially in the study of alternative market mechanisms.