GREQAM Visiting Scholars: 2005-06  

Visitors

Name Room Field Webb page Period Seminar/Lectures
Chuck Blackorby, Warwick University    306 Public economics Page  June- November  
Margaret Slade, Warwick  University   314 Industrial organisation Page June- November  
Lorenzo Zirulia, Bocconi University, Milan   307 Networks Page October-December   
Patrick Leoni, University of Minnesota    323 Game Theory Page October-December  
Steve Turnovsky, University of Washington    320 Macroeconomics Page  Novemb. 21-25  Nov 21
     325     May  
Jason Shogren, Wyoming   Applied micro Page  Novemb 14-25  
Richard Breen, Oxford University   Sociology Page     
Jacques THISSE, CORE   Economic Geography Page  May  
Karim Abadir, University of York   Ecconometrics Page     
JohnWEYMARK, Vanderbilt University   Public Economics Page     
Debraj Ray, New York University   Networks, development Page  June  
Pascal Bridel, University of Laussane   Economic thought      
Michel de Vroey, University of Louvain   Economic thought      
Robin Cowan, University of Maastricht   Networks Page     
           
           
           

Visitor coordinator: Dr Cecilia GARCIA PEŅALOSA 
e-mail : penalosa@ehess.univ-mrs.fr

Past Visiting Researchers at GREQAM

2004-5:

Richard Breen, Oxford University

David de la Croix, U. Catholique de Louvain

Ulrich Horst, Humbolt U. of Berlin

Tony Lawson, University of Cambridge

Tom Palfrey, Princeton University

Ray Riezman, Iowa

John Romer, Yale

Suresh Sethi, University of Texas

Mark Taylor, Warwick 

Ngo Van Long, McGill University

Rajiv Vohra, Brown University

Nicolaas Vriend, Queen Mary London

 

2003-4:

Mark Taylor, Warwick 

Margaret Slade, Warwick 

Chuck Blackorby, Warwick

Thorsten Hens, University of Cambridge

David de la Croix, U. Catholique de Louvain 

Roselyne Joyeux, Macquaire University, Sydney

Costas Azariadis, UCLA

Guido Cazzavillan, University of Venice

Nobi Hankai, Columbia

Masa Fujita, University of Kyoto

Mathew Jackson, California Institute of Techology

 

 

Lectures 2004

Thorsten Hens, University of Cambridge
Behavioural and Evolutionary Finance (4 lectures)
March 19 (14-17h), and 22, 24,25 (9-12), Salle 205
Lecture Notes
        Assigments



Costas Azariadis
Macroeconomics with limited capital mobility (3 lectures)
May 4, 5, and 6, 2004, from 9 to 11, Salle X
Lecture notes