The History of the Lindau Meetings

 

Held for the first time in 1951 the Lindau Meetings established themselves as a unique platform for the dialogue between different scientific generations. For more than 60 years now Laureates as well as young and promising Young Researchers are meeting once a year in Lindau. Read more...

Annual Reports

 

Every year the Council and the Foundation publish an Annual Report which provides an in-depth overview of all activities. Read more...

Prof. Dr. Peter Englund

Member of the Council  

Department of Finance
Stockholm School of Economics

Date of birth: February 4, 1950

1979: Doctor's degree in economics, Stockholm School of Economics
1979–1988 : Teaching and Research positions at Stockholm School of Economics and Stockholm University
1988–1998 : Professor of Economics, Uppsala University
1991–1992 : Visiting Professor, University of California at Berkeley
1998– : Professor of Banking and Insurance, Stockholm School of Economics
2000–2003: Director, Stockholm Institute of Financial Research

Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (1997–)

Board member, National Debt Office (1998–), Wenner-Gren Foundation (1999–)

Member of Government Committees on
Monetary Policy (1980–1982),
the Bank Crisis (1993–1995),
Government Debt Policy (1995–1997),
Housing Policy (1995–1997),
Property Values Assessment (1997–2000)

Scientific advisor to the Sveriges Riksbank (1993–2003)

Adjunct member of the Prize Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences in the Memory of Alfred Nobel (1993–1995)

Secretary of the Prize Committee 1996-97, 2002–

Associate Editor:
Regional Science and Urban Economics, Journal of Housing Economics, Real Estate Economics, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Journal of Property Research.

Academic publications in Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, Real Estate Economics, International Economic Review, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking and other journals.

 

One of the key successes of Lindau is bridging cultures and distance and initiating thousands of relationships amongst the world’s brightest young scientists.
Brian Schmidt, Physics Laureate 2011