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Events

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Michaelmas Term 2012


Tuesday, 6 November 2012
Addressing the European Financial Crisis through Non-Standard Central Bank Policy
By Huw Pill (Goldman Sachs)

Friday, 23 November 2012
The State of the UK Economy and Strategies for Growth
By John Redwood (All Souls College)

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Hilary Term
2012

Wednesday, 15 February, 2012, 5pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
The Shift and the Shocks: the State of the World Economy
By Martin Wolf (Financial Times)

 Wednesday, 22 February, 2012, 5pm,
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
The Crisis of the Euro Area
By Jean Pisani-Ferry (Brugel)

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Michaelmas Term
2011

Friday, 25 November, 2011, 4.00pm
Old Library, All Souls
What future for the Euro?
By John Redwood (All Souls College)

Tuesday, 25 October, 2011
Report from Sir John Vickers’ Independent Commission on Banking
By Sir John Vickers (All Souls College)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Trinity Term 2011

Friday, 10 June, 2011, 5.30pm
Gulbenkian Theatre, St Cross Building
Development: Do We Know the Difference Between Success and Failure?
By Tim Harford (FT)

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Hilary Term 2011

Friday, March 4, 2011, 5:00pm
Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre, St Cross Building
A Round Table Discussion
The Future of Banking

by David Miles (Bank of England) 
Angela Knight (British Bankers’ Association)
David Vines (University of Oxford) 
Peyton Young (University of Oxford) 
Ben Dyson (Positive Money)

 

Tuesday, February 22, 2011, 5:00pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
 The Soft Tyranny of Inflation Expectations
By Dr. Adam Posen, (MPC, Bank of England)

 

Friday, February 18, 2011, 5:00pm
Old Library, All Souls College
The Future of the Euro
By Dr. John Redwood (All Souls College)

 

Monday, February 14, 2011, 4:30pm
Large Lecture Room, Nuffield College
Reforming the International Monetary System
By Dr. Reza Moghadam (IMF)

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Michaelmas Term 2010

 Wednesday, November 24, 2010, 5.00pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
Losing Control
By Mr. Stephen King (Chief Global Economist, HSBC)

Wednesday, 20 October, 2010, 5.00pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building

Climate Change: Lessons for Our Future from the Distant Past
By Prof. Sir David Hendry (OXONIA)

 

 Distinguished Speaker Event in
Hilary Term 2010

Tuesday, 23 February 2010, 5:00 pm
Seminar Room G, Economics Department Building
Change after Socialism: Central and Eastern Europe in a Comparative Perspective
By Prof. Leszek Balcerowicz (Warsaw School of Economics)

Tuesday, 26 January 2010, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
Money, Monetary Policy and the Banks
By Prof. David Miles (Bank of England, MPC)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Hilary Term 2009

Wednesday 18 February 2009, 5:00pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
The Global Economy, Currency Markets, and the Financial Crisis: A View from the Market
By Dr. Stephen Jen (Morgan Stanley)

Monday 26 January 2009, 4:30pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
International Control of Market Power: Cooperation and Standards in Competition Policy
By Dr. John Fingleton (Office of Fair Trading)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Michaelmas Term 2008

Tuesday 11 November 2008, 5:00 pm
Economics Department Building
What the Shift of Economic Power to Asia Really Means
By Mr. Bill Emmott (former Editor of The Economist)

Thursday 30 October 2008, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building

OXONIA-OXONOMICS Roundtable on the Financial Crisis
Prof. Steve Nickell (Warden, Nuffield College)
Prof. David Vines (OXONIA)
Prof. Peyton Young (Oxford Univ.)
Dr. Dimitri Tsomocos (Oxford Univ.)
Dr. John Thanassoulis (Oxford Univ.)

 

2008 OXONIA INAUGURAL LECTURE

Wednesday 22 October 2008, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building

The Political Economy of Climate Change
By Michael Jacobs (Special Adviser to the UK Prime Minister)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Hilary Term 2008

Wednesday 20 February 2008, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
Fixing Global Finance
By Mr. Martin Wolf (Financial Times)

Tuesday 29 January 2008, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
Current Issues in UK Monetary Policy
By Dr. Andrew Sentance (Bank of England, MPC)

Tuesday 15 January 2008, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
The Future of Financial Regulation
By Sir Howard Davies (LSE, Director)

 

2007 OXONIA INAUGURAL LECTURE

Wednesday 28 November 2007, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building

International Monetary Cooperation in the XXI Century
By Jim O'Neill (Goldman Sachs)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Trinity Term 2007

Tuesday 1 May 2007, 5:00 pm
Economics Department Building

Capitalism's New Golden Age
By Mr. Anatole Kaletsky (The Times)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Hilary Term 2007

Tuesday 6 February 2007, 5:00 pm
Economics Department Building

Challenges to the Multilateral Trading System
By Mr. Peter Sutherland (Goldman Sachs)

Wednesday 31 January 2007, 5:00 pm
Economics Department Building

Economics as the Soulful Science
By Dr. Diane Coyle (Enlightenment Economics)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Michaelmas Term 2006

Monday 27 November 2006, 5:30 pm
Economics Department Building
Why Opposing Globalisation Is Immoral
By Mr. Clive Crook (The Atlantic Monthly)

Monday 13 November 2006, 5:30 pm
Exeter College
The New World Order
By Mr. King (HSBC)

Monday 30 October 2006, 5:30 pm
Exeter College
Is Distance Dead?
By Prof. Crafts (Warwick University)

Monday 23 October 2006, 5:30 pm
Economics Department Building
Venturesome Consumption, Globalization and Innovation
By Prof. Bhide' (Columbia University)

 

2006 OXONIA INAUGURAL LECTURE

Tuesday 17 October 2006, 5:00 pm
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
Politicians and Economists: A Troubled Relationship
By Prof. Lord Desai  (LSE)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Hilary Term 2006

Tuesday 31 January 2006
Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building
 What Is the Economics of Climate Change?
By Professor Sir Nicholas Stern  (HM Treasury)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in
Michaelmas Term 2005

Wednesday 9 November 2005
Economics Department Building
Happiness Economics: Policy Implications From a New Science
By Prof. Lord Richard Layard (LSE)

 

2005 OXONIA Inaugural Lecture

Wednesday 26 October 2005
Economics Department Building
Deficits, Debt and The Dollar
By Mr. Martin Wolf (Financial Times)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in Trinity Term 2005

Tuesday 10 May 2005
Economics Department Building
Structural Change Implications of Policy and Other Barriers
By Prof. C. Pissarides (LSE)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in Hilary Term 2005

Tuesday 22 February 2005
Seminar Room C, Economics Department Building
Monetary Policy in an Uncertain World
By Prof. Charles Richard Bean (Bank of England)

Wednesday 2 February 2005
Seminar Room G, Economics Department Building
Policies to Boost UK Productivity
By Prof. John Van Reenen (The London School of Economics)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in
Michaelmas Term 2004

Friday 26 November 2004, 4:30 pm
Lecture Room 2, St. Cross Building, St .Cross Road

Roundtable: Towards a New Aid Architecture
The Panelists:
 
Mr. Masood Ahmed (DFID)
Mr. Robert Guest (The Economist)
Dr. Domenico Lombardi  (OXONIA)

Thursday 11 November 2004, 5:00 pm
Examination Schools, Oxford University
Directions for the Reform of the IMF
By Dr. Timothy Lane (IMF)

Tuesday 9 November 2004, 5:00 pm
Examination Schools, Oxford University
Tensions in the Role of the IMF
By Dr. Timothy Lane (IMF)

Wednesday 13 October 2004, 5:30 pm
Lecture Theatre 4, Said Business School
2004 OXONIA Inaugural Lecture
The End of Poverty
By Prof. Jeffrey D. Sachs (Columbia University)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in Trinity Term 2004

Thursday 10 June 2004
The Debate over a North American Monetary Union: A Canadian Perspective
By Prof. H. Grubel (The Fraser Institute)

Thursday 20 May 2004
Competition
By Prof. P. Klemperer (OXONIA and Oxford University)

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in Hilary Term 2004

Tuesday 17 February 2004
Current Issues in Monetary Policy
By Mrs. Kate Barker (Monetary Policy Committee Member, Bank of England)

Monday 16 February 2004
Roundtable: Reforming the International Financial Architecture
The Panelists:
Prof. James Boughton
Prof. Charles Goodhart

Monday 9 February 2004
Reforming the Governance of the IMF and the World Bank
By Dr. N. Woods (Chairman, Working Group on Institutional Reform in Global Financial Governance and Fellow, University College, Oxford)

Monday 2 February 2004
The Reinventions of the World Bank and the Failure of American Political Science
By Prof. R. Wade (LSE)

Monday 26 January 2004
The International Development Architecture and Low-Income Countries: Is It Time for a Change?
By Dr. R. Turner (Chief Advisor, DFID)

Monday 19 January 2004
Challenging Foreign Aid: Why The Millennium Development Account is Different
By Mr. R. Quarles (US Treasury Assistant Secretary) 

 

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events
in Michaelmas Term 2003
 

Friday 28 November 2003
Roundtable: The UK Macroeconomic Framework: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
The Panelists:
Mr. G. O'Donnell, HM Treasury, First Permanent Secretary
Mr. Robert Chote, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Director
Mr. Chris Giles, Financial Times, Editor
Mr. David Walton, Goldman Sachs, Chief European Economist

Monday 17 November 2003
Reforming Corporate Governance in Britain: What Needs to be Done?
By Professor C. Mayer (Oxford University, SaÏd Business School, Head)

Wednesday 12 November 2003
Financial Constraints and Students' Study Efforts
By Mr. M. Weale (National Institute for Economic and Social Research, Director)

Wednesday 5 November 2003
Re-thinking the UK Benefit System
By Professor D. Snower (Birkbeck College, CEPR and IZA)

Wednesday 29 October 2003
UK Monetary Policy Problems
by Professor S.J. Nickell (LSE and Bank of England MPC)


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