Information Economics and Macroeconomics Theory

     Roger Meyerson
Noble Laureate and Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago
Wednesday 18 June, 17:00-18:00, Refettorio, Badia
Before the development of information economics in the 1970s, there was no microeconomics of banking on which macroeconomic theory could be based.  Moral-hazard agency theory and the economics of information can provide the basis for a better understanding [...]

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Foreigners in the Deep Hearth of Medieval and Early Modern Societies (Europe, the Mediterranean and the Muslim World)

  A conference organized by David Do Paco, HEC MW Fellow 2013-2014, Francisco Apellaniz and Cedric Quertier
18-20 June 2014
Villa Schifanoia
In Medieval and Early Modern Europe, foreigners cannot anymore be considered in the fringe of society or as a distinctive feature in the legal landscape. Their presence is regular, familiar and broadly and deeply socially spread. Since [...]

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Lecture at RIA

International Human Rights and Democratic Public Ethics

Richard Bellamy, Director of the MWP, has  delivered a public lecture on “International Human Rights and Democratic Public Ethics” on 6 June 2014. The event was organized by the Royal Irish Academy and hosted by the University of Limerik. The President of the Irish Republic Michael D. Higgins presented the response to the lecture.
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