5th Lindau Meeting
on Economic Sciences
19-23 August 2014
Lindau Meeting of the Laureates of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel
Watch the lectures and panel dicussions of the 5th Lindau Meeting in the Lindau Mediatheque.
The 5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences provided an open exchange of economic expertise and inspired cross-cultural and inter-generational encounters among economists from all over the world. From 19 to 23 August, the participating 18 Nobel Laureates and 460 young scientists had plenty of opportunity for an intensive exchange of ideas.
The meeting opened on 20 August with a keynote address by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and featured “a panoramic view on the situation and prospects in Latin America” by Mario Vargas Llosa, the 2010 Nobel Laureate in Literature. The scientific programme addressed central fields of the discipline, ranging from econometrics, game theory, and neo-classical growth theory to mechanism design and systemic risk measurement. The overarching question “How useful is economics – how is economics useful?” was the subject of the meeting’s closing panel debate on Mainau Island on Saturday, 23 August.
The scientific programme of the 5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences comprised lectures and panel discussions as well as discussion sessions and master classes.
A detailed version of the programme including all lecture titles of the participating laureates with links to their abstracts is available in the Lindau Mediatheque. Please find a PDF version of the printed programme here.
18 Laureates attended the 5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences. Among 17 economists Mario Vargas Llosa, Nobel Laureate in Literature in 2010, participated in the meeting. Please find further information on the Laureates' profiles including their CVs in the Lindau Mediatheque.
Lars Peter Hansen
Robert C. Merton
Mario Vargas Llosa