MEF: Closing Seminars
Each year an economist with a strong background in political economics is called to give a seminar on topics related to his field. Then he also gives to the students the final certificate and also a medal offered to the best teacher of the year choosen by the students.
XXII edition - July 3rd 2018
"Rising concentration and market power: the role of competition policy"
XXI edition - July 6th 2017
"Should one reject the natural rate hypothesis?"
XX edition - July 5th 2016
Tito Boeri (President of INPS)
XIX edition - July 2nd 2015
Hyun Song Shin (Economic Advisor and head of research - Bank of international Settlements)
XVIII edition - July 3rd 2014
Claudio Borio (Head of the Monetary and Economic Department - Bank of International Settlements)
XVII edition - June 21st 2013
Ignazio Angeloni (Director General Financial Stability - European Central Bank)
XVI edition - June 18th 2012
Luigi Pistaferri (Professor at Stanford University)
"Changes in the Income distribution and Aggregate Consumption"
XV edition - June 16th 2011
Alberto Giovannini (CEO, Unifortune SGR)
XIV edition - June 28th 2010
Orazio Attanasio (Professor at University College London)
"Evaluating development policies"
XIII edition - June 19th 2009
Fernando Alvarez (Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago)
"Household liquidity management: theory and measurement"
XII edition - July 2nd 2008
Ignazio Visco (Vice-Director of the Bank of Italy)
"The subprime mortage crisis and financial turbolences"
XI edition - July 2nd 2007
Lucrezia Reichlin (Research General Director of ECB)
"Money and Monetary Policy: The BCE Experience 1999-2006"
X edition - June 2006
Marco Onado (Bocconi University)
IX edition - June 24th 2005
Francesco Giavazzi (Bocconi University)
"The US Foreign Debt and the Dollar"
Giorgio Basevi (University of Bologna and MTS SpA)
VIII edition - July 5th 2004
Luigi Spaventa (University of Rome Tor Vergata):
VII edition - June 18th 2003
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa (European Central Bank):
"Financial Supervision after the Euro"
VI edition - July 2nd 2002
Mario Draghi (Goldman Sachs):