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Vilfredo Pareto Lecture

 

On the occasion of its annual meeting, ASSET invites renowned economists to give plenary lectures. In 1990, one of the invited lectures was named the Vilfredo Pareto Lecture. The presenter of the Vilfredo Pareto Lecture is chosen by the ASSET Board.

 

 

The presenters of the Vilfredo Pareto Lecture

2016

Esteban Rossi-Hansberg (Princeton University)

"Quantitative Spatial Economics: Rethinking Detroit"

2015

Oriana Bandiera (London School of Economics)

"Incentives for Public Service Delivery"

2014

Michele Boldrin (Washington University in St. Louis)

"Modelling the US Great Recession and its European Aftermath"

2013

Claude D'Aspremont (Université Catholique de Louvain)

"Bayesian Beliefs and Mechanism Design"

2012

Sanjeev Goyal (University of Cambridge)

"Contents, Contagion and Containment: The Design of Resilient Networks"

2011

Rodolphe dos Santos Ferreira (Université de Strasbourg)

"Household Behavior and Individual Autonomy: A Lindahl Approach"

2010

Pierre-André Chiappori (Columbia University)

"Equilibrium Models of the Marriage Market"

2009

Andrew Postlewaite (University of Pennsylvania)

"Effecting Cooperation"

2008

Aldo Rustichini (University of Cambridge)

“What Neuroeconomics Can Teach Us On Cognitive Skills and Economic Behavior” cancelled

2007

Roberto Serrano (Brown University)

"An Economic Index of Riskiness"

2006

Ken Binmore (University College London)

“Natural Justice”

2005

William Thomson (University of Rochester)

“Borrowing-proofness”

2004

Alvin Roth (Harvard University)

"Some Theoretical Aspects of Kidney Exchange"

2003

Faruk Gül (Princeton University)

2002

Matthew Jackson (California Institute of Technology)

2001

Werner Hildenbrand (University of Bonn)

"Does Aggregation Matter?"

2000

Ehud Kalai (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

"Private Information in Large Games"

1999

Eric Maskin (Harvard University)

"On the Robustness of Majority Rule"

1998

Martine Quinzii (University of California at Davis)

1997

Roy Radner (Stern School of Business, New York University)

"Implementing Sustainable Development"

1996

Ariel Rubinstein (Tel Aviv University

"Modeling Decision-making with Imperfect Recall"

1995

Robert Engle (University of California San Diego)

"Forecasting Transaction Rates: The Autoregressive Conditional Duration Model"

1994

Jacques H. Drèze (Université Catholique de Louvain)

"Money and Monetary Policy in the Arrow-Debreu Model"

1993

Andreu Mas-Colell (Harvard University)

"Harsanyi Values of Large Economies: Nonequivalence to Competitive Equilibria"

1992

Robert J. Aumann (Hebrew University)

"Consistency"

1991

Costas Azariadis (University of Pennsylvania)

"The Problem of Multiple Equilibrium"

1990

Guy Laroque (INSEE, Paris)

"On the Behaviour of Commodity Prices"

 

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