Klein Lectures

LIST OF ALL KLEIN LECTURES BEING PRESENTED 

AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA / OSAKA UNIVERSITY

 

1. Ed PRESCOTT (1997) - 2004 Nobel Prize Recipient

“Needed: A Theory of Total Factor Productivity”
Published 1998 - Vol 39 No. 3 

 

2. Paul MIGROM (1998)

 “Auction Theory and Resource Allocation”
(No paper)

 

3. Fumio HAYASHI (1999) - OSAKA 

 “Identifying a Liquidity Effect in the Japanese Interbank Market” 
Published 2001 - Vol 42 No. 2 

 

4. Neil WALLACE (2000) 

 “Whither Monetary Economics?” 
Published 2001 - Vol. 42 No. 4 

 

5. Jim HECKMAN (2001) - 2000 Nobel Prize Recipient 
(co-authors Pedro Carneiro and Karsten T. Hansen)

“Estimating  Distributions of Treatment  Effects With an Application To the Returns to Schooling and Measurement of the Effects of Uncertainty on College Choice” 
Published in 2003 - Vol. 44 No. 2 

 

6. Nobuhiro KIYOTAKI (2002) - OSAKA  
(co-author John Moore)

“Liquidity and Asset Prices” 
Published in 2005 - Vol. 46 No. 2

 

7. David LEVINE (2003) 
(co-author Michele Boldrin)

“The Case Against Intellectual Monopoly” 
Published in 2004 - Vol. 45 No. 2

 

8. Dale MORTENSEN (2004) - 2010 Nobel Prize Recipient 
(co-author  Rasmus Lentz)

“Productivity Growth and Worker Reallocation” 
Published in 2005 - Vol. 46 No. 3

 

9. Kiminori MATSUYAMA (2005) - OSAKA 

“Emergent Class Structure” 
Published  in 2006 - Vol. 47 No. 2

 

10. Chris PISSARIDES (2006) - 2010 Nobel Prize Recipient

“Unemployment and Hours of Work: The North Atlantic Divide Revisited”  
Published in 2007  - Vol. 48  No.1

 

11- Eric MASKIN (2007) –  2007 Nobel Prize Recipient 
(co-author Michael Kremer)

“Inequality, Marching, and Globalization.” 
(No paper)

 

12- Oded GALOR (2008) - OSAKA

"Comparative Economic Development: Insights from Unified Growth Theory." 
Published in 2010 - Vol. 51 No. 1

 

13 - Charles F. MANSKI (2009)

"Diversified Treatment Under Ambiguity" 
Published in 2009 - Vol. 50 No. 4

 

14 - Christopher SIMS (2010) - 2011 Nobel Prize Recipient

“Fiscal Policy and Inflation: Models and Evidence”  
(No paper)

 

15 - Ernst FEHR (2011) - OSAKA

“The Lure of Authority: Motivation and Incentive Effects of Power” 
TBP

 

16- Boyan JOVANOVIC (2012) 

“Bubbles in Prices of Exhaustible Resources” 
Published in 2013 - Vol. 54 No. 1

 

17- Ariel PAKES (2013)

"Behavioral and Descriptive Forms of Econometric Models" 
Published in 2014 - Vol. 55 No. 3

 

18 - Alvin ROTH (2014) - OSAKA - 2012 Nobel Prize Recipient

"The Economist as Engineer." 
TBP

 

19 - Stephen MORRIS (2015) 

"Coordination, Common Knowledge and Comparative Statics"  
Published in 2016 - Vol. 57 No. 4

 

20 - Richard BLUNDELL (2016) 

"Human Capital, Labour Supply and Tax Reform" 
TBP

 

21 - John LIST (2017)  - OSAKA