The Ohlin Lectures
In order to honor the significant scientific achievements of Bertil Ohlin, the Stockholm School of Economics arranges the annual Ohlin Lectures.
These lectures are devoted to important economic problems in areas close to Ohlin’s heart. The lectures are subsequently published in book form by the MIT Press, Cambridge, MA and London, in a series that has gained a wide readership. In 1999, an international symposium to honor the name of Bertil Ohlin was also arranged at the school with the participation of a large number of leading international economists.
The Ohlin Lectures 2017
Professor Gene M. Grossman, Princeton University
Trade, Growth, and Inequality
Monday, May 22 2017 at 15.30, room Torsten
Lecture I: Trade, Growth and the Distribution of Wages
Tuesday, May 23 2017 at 15.30, room Torsten
Lecture II: Technical Progress, Schooling and the Labor Share
Generous financial support from Jacob Wallenbergs Stiftelse and Kjell och Märta Beijers Stiftelse is gratefully acknowledged