Centrum Analiz Ekonomicznych

Hurwicz Lecture Series

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(…) if implementation is impossible or prohibitively costly, even the most attractive mechanism remains a utopia.
Leonid Hurwicz, Nobel Prize Lecture, 2007

 

In 2012 CenEA initiated the Keynote Lecture Series in Honour of Leonid Hurwicz as an important part of the WIEM Conference. Since 2014 the Lecture is a concluding event of the (Ce)2 Workshop and an opening event of the WIEM Conference.

 

 

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Inaugural lecture in the Series in 2012 was given by prof. Richard Blundell (University College London and Institute for Fiscal Studies) SEE MORE DETAILS OF THAT EVENT



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Hurwicz Lecture 2013 was delivered by prof. Andrew Chesher (University College London and CeMMAP) SEE MORE DETAILS OF THAT EVENT



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The 2014 Hurwicz keynote address was given by prof. David Figlio (Northwestern University) SEE MORE DETAILS OF THAT EVENT



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The 2015 Hurwicz keynote address was given by prof. John Van Reenen (Centre Economic Performance, London School of Economics) SEE MORE DETAILS OF THAT EVENT

 

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The 2016 Hurwicz keynote address was given
by prof. James J. Heckman (University of Chicago) SEE MORE DETAILS OF THAT EVENT

 

 


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The 2017 Hurwicz keynote address was delivered 
by prof. Rachel Griffith (University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal StudiesSEE MORE DETAILS OF THAT EVENT