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Elenco delle lezioni - Dipartimento di Economia e Diritto
Dipartimento di Economia e Diritto
“Lezioni Federico Caffè”
1990. Malinvaud Edmond, Unemployment diagnosis for economic policy *
1991 Stiglitz Joseph, Towards a reformulation of monetary economics
1992. Solow Robert, Monopolistic competition and macroeconomic theory *
1993. Sylos Labini Paolo , Terzo Mondo *
1994. Atkinson Anthony, Whatever has happened to the macro-economic theory of income
distribution?
1995. Pasinetti Luigi, Keynes e i keynesiani: una rivoluzione incompiuta*
1996. Desai Meghnad, A monetary theory for a monetary economy
1997 Kornai János, The reform of the Welfare State in a postsocialist economy *
1998 Graziani Augusto, Circolazione monetaria e distribuzione del reddito *
2000 Arrow Kenneth J., Economic networks
2001 Laffont Jean-Jacques, Regulation and development *
2002 Eatwell John, Finance and the real economy
2003 Kolm Serge Christophe, Normative economics*
2005 Hammond Peter, Mitigating losses from trade and other liberalizing reforms
2006 Nuti Mario, Efficienza e distribuzione nell’economia globale
2007 Bowles Samuel, Il destino dell’uguaglianza
Machiavelli’s mistake: are good laws a substitute for good citizens?*
2008 De Cecco Marcello, La liberalizzazione finanziaria: teoria e storia
2009 Acemoglu Daron, Challenges to capitalism:
Crisis of 2008: lesson for and from economics
Oligarchies
2010 Rodrik Dani, Structural change, globalization and economic growth
2011Buiter William, The debt of nations revisited:
Excessive debt in rich nations; what happens when sovereigns, banks and
households deleverage at the same time?
The central bank as a quasi-fiscal player: theory and application to the
Euro area and other advanced industrial countries
2012 Draghi Mario, Politica economica, crescita e welfare: un percorso per l’Europa
2013 Soskice David, Export and Finance-oriented Democracies in the Knowledge Era:
The Macro and Micro Political Economy of Crisis, Inequality and Innovation
in Advanced Nation States
* Le lezioni così contraddistinte sono state pubblicate dalla Cambridge University Press