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The annual special event at CES

Munich Lectures in Economics

Every year, the Scientific Advisory Council nominates an outstanding international economist as the Distinguished CES Fellow. The award is presented in November, when the laureate gives the Munich Lectures in Economics, sharing a recent economics research topic with a broad audience.

 

The Munich Lectures are jointly organized with the Ifo Institute Munich and supported by Munich Re and MIT Press.

 

Money Markets and Financial Intermediation

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Distinguished CES Fellow 2016

Bengt Robert Holmstrom
Paul A. Samuelson Professor of Economics at MIT Economics
Nobel Laureate 2016

Munich Lectures in Economics 2016

15 - 17 November 2016

Presentations:
Laudation by Jean Tirole, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE)

 

ML 2016: First Lecture

Previous Laureates and Munich Lectures

Distinguished CES Fellows

The prize winners list includes many renowned economists among them three Nobel Laureates. Their lectures are published in CES' own book series with the MIT Press.


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