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Seminar series

Münchner Seminare / Munich Seminars

The Munich Seminars are a joint initiative of CESifo and the Süddeutsche Zeitung, and are chaired by Clemens Fuest and by Marc Beise (Chief Editor, Economics, Süddeutsche Zeitung). External guests from universities and research institutions present policy papers on current topics. Reviews of the presentations are regularly published in the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

The Seminars usually begin at 6:00 p.m. in the CESifo Conference Centre, Ludwig-Erhard-Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich.

Please note that prior registration is mandatory in order to gain acceptance into the conference room.

Winter Term 2016/2017

Date Lecturer Topic
24.10.2016 Dr. Hans-Wilhelm Schiffer, Executive Chair of the World Energy Council’s World Energy Resources Programme Jazz, Symphony, Blues – Three New Scenarios from the World Energy Council on Developments in Global Energy Supply through 2060
07.11.2016 CANCELLED: Manfred Weber, CSU Euro MP, Chairman of the Group of the European People’s Party and Deputy Chairman of the CSU The EU – Out of Crisis Mode and towards a Better Europe!
14.11.2016 Klaus Masuch, Principal Adviser at the Directorate-General for Economics of the European Central Bank (ECB) Institutions, debts and growth in Europe
28.11.2016 Helen Wallace, Lady Wallace of Saltaire, Professor Emeritus at the Europe Institute, London School of Economics and former Vice President of the British Academy Europe at a Crossroads, but Can We Read the Signposts?
05.12.2016 Prof. Dr. jur. Bernhard Kempen, Direktor des Instituts für Völkerrecht und ausländisches öffentliches Recht Munich Seminar
12.12.2016 Dr. Luc Laeven, Forschungsdirektor, Europäische Zentralbank Munich Seminar
30.01.2017 Bernhard Kowatsch, World Food Programme Munich Seminar
06.02.2017 Prof. Jean Pisani-Ferry, Direktor des Stabes des französischen Ministerpräsidenten zur Planung der Wirtschaftspolitik Munich Seminar


Olga Ring

CESifo GmbH
Phone: +49(0)89/9224-1395
Fax: +49(0)89/9224-1409
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