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Previous Years' Ohlin Lectures

2019
Professor Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, Yale University
"The Unequal Effects of Globalization"

2018
Professor Pol Antras, Harvard University
"Global Value Chains: the Economics of Spiders and Snakes"

2017
Professor Gene M. Grossman, Princeton University
"Trade, Growth, and Inequality"

2016
Professor Robert W. Staiger, Roth Family Distinguished Professor in the Arts and Sciences at Dartmouth College
"The Purpose, Design and Implementation of Trade Agreements"

2015
Professor Marc Melitz, David A. Wells Professor of Political Economy at Harvard University 
"Trade and Competition with Heterogeneous Firms"

2014
Professor Timothy J. Kehoe
Distinguished McKnight University, University of Minnesota 
"Modeling the Impact of Trade Liberalization" 

2013
Professor Jonathan Eaton, Brown University
"Trade Networks"

2012
Professor Guillermo Calvo, Columbia University          
​“Financial Crises: Back to Basics and Back”

2011
Professor Daniel Trefler, University of Toronto       
"International Trade and Institutional Dynamics"

2010
Professor Douglas A. Irwin
Robert E. Maxwell ’23 Professor of Arts and Sciences, Dartmouth College     
"Trade Policy Disaster: Lessons from the 1930s"

2009
Professor Edward E. Leamer
Chauncey J. Medberry Professor in Management, Professor of Statistics and Economics at Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles     
"The Past and the Future of the Heckscher-Ohlin Framework"

2008
Professor Robert C. Feenstra
Professor, C. Bryan Cameron Distinguished Chair in International Economics
University of California, Davis      
"Offshoring in the Global Economy"

2007
Professor Kenneth Rogoff
Professor of Economics
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts     
"Implications of Globalization for Exchange Rates, Current Accounts and Inflation"

2006
Professor Maurice Obstfeld
Class of 1958 Professor of Economics
University of California, Berkeley     
"International Risk Sharing and the Costs of Trade"

2005
Professor Anthony J. Venables
Professor of International Economics
London School of Economics and Political Science     
"International Inequalities: The Role of Trade"

2004
Professor Jeffrey G. Williamson
Laird Bell Professor of Economics
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts     
"Globalization and the Poor Periphery Before the Modern Era" (MIT Press 2006)

2003
Professor Alan V. Deardorff
John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics and Professor of Economics and Public Policy
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor     
"Sources and Implications of Comparative Advantage"

2002
Professor J. Peter Neary
Professor of Political Economy
University College Dublin     
"Globalisation and Market Structure"

2001
Professor Elhanan Helpman
Archie Sherman Professor of International Economic Relations
Tel Aviv University     
"Growth in an Interdependent World Economy"

2000
Professor W. Max Corden
Chung Ju Yung Distinguished Professor of International Economics
Johns Hopkins University, Washington     
"The Choice of Exchange Rate Regime: Lessons from Asia, Latin America, and Europe"
(MIT Press 2002)

1998
Professor Robert A. Mundell
Professor of Economics
Columbia University     
"What the Euro Means for Europe and the World"

1997
Professor Ronald W. Jones
Xerox Professor of Economics
University of Rochester     
"International Trade with Mobility of Inputs" (MIT Press 2000)

1996
Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs
Galen L. Stone Professor of International Trade
Director, Harvard Institute for International Development, Harvard University     
"The Transition to Capitalism: History and Present Challenges"

1995
Professor Deepak K. Lal
James S. Coleman Professor of International Development Studies
University of California, Los Angeles     
"Unintended Consequences: The Impact of Factor Endowments, Culture, and Politics on Long-Run Economic Performance"
(MIT Press 1998)

1994
Professor Ronald I. McKinnon
William Eberle Professor of International Economics
Stanford University     
"Market-Preserving Fiscal Federalism: The Conditions of Money and Credit"

1993
Professor Robert E. Baldwin
Hilldale Professor of Economics
University of Wisconsin     
"Revising the Modern Heckscher-Ohlin Model"

1992
Professor Paul Krugman, MIT     
"Development, Geography, and Economic Theory" (MIT Press 1995)

1991
Professor Ronald Findlay
Columbia University     
"Factor Proportions, Trade, and Growth" (MIT Press 1995)

1990
Professor Anne O. Krueger
Duke University     
"Political Economy of Policy Reform in Developing Countries" (MIT Press 1993)

1989
Professor Assar Lindbeck, Stockholm University     
"Unemployment and Macroeconomics" (MIT Press 1993)

1988
Professor Richard N. Cooper, The Center for International Affairs, Harvard University       "Economic Stabilization and Debt in Developing Countries" (MIT Press 1992)

1987
Professor Jagdish Bhagwati, Columbia University in the City of New York      
"Protectionism" (MIT Press 1988")

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