Nobel Research From 40 Years Ago Shines a Light on 2023’s Financial Crises
The failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse shine a light on the work that was awarded with the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences 2022. Bernanke, Diamond and Dybvig focus on financial crisis and bank runs. Phil Thornton links their research with the current crisis; with quotes of Lindau Alumnus Alexander Gruber.
Queuing with Laureates – Personal Lindau Impressions of Young Economist Tumisang Loate-Ntsoko
Tumisang Loate-Ntsoko, a researcher at the University of Pretoria in South Africa presented her findings during #LINOecon. Here, she reflects on the time she spent in Lindau. The final post on the Lindau experiences of Laureates and Young Economists/Scientists.
Don’t Forget the Big Problems! – Paul R. Milgrom’s Personal Lindau Impressions
Laureate Paul R. Milgrom remembers his first Lindau experience and tells us what he left in Lindau.
Women in Research #LINOecon: Sandra Kretschmer
Sandra participated in the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences. She is working on options for the energy transition and the acceptance of these changes in the German population.
Public Policy and Its Unintended Effects
Two lectures during the 7th Lindau Meeting in Economic Sciences highlighted examples of policymaking which did not fulfil the intended goal.
Next Gen Economics: Young Researchers Present Their Work to the World – and to Laureates
The Next Gen Economics Sessions were an excellent opportunity for the participants to present their work in front of an audience that includes some of the best economists in the world. From gender to game theory, there was no shortage of exciting topics.
The Economics of Past, Current and Future Crises
Methods used by economists may explain historical trends and current events, as well as to make predictions about the future.
Daily Recap – Saturday, 27 August 2022
That was #LINOecon! A week full of personal encounters, inspirational talks and fruitful scientific discussions. We were saying goodbye with the traditional boat trip from Lindau to Mainau Island. The scientific programme was concluded with a timely Panel Discussion on "Economics and Politics of War and Sanctions" and the boat trip back to Lindau.
Digitalisation – Catching Up with Social Change
How can we better allocate resources for the benefit of society? What role will digitalisation play in the future of work? Should there be stricter rules regarding social media? Questions that were discussed during #LINOecon.
A Breadth of Economic Policies at #LINOecon
Three Laureates discussed the economic policies during the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences.
Going Micro for a Better World
Laureates and young economists have illuminated the vast reach of microeconomics over the course of #LINOecon, presenting an eclectic mix of micro studies on a range of topics that, taken together, may form a whole greater than the sum of its individual parts.
Daily Recap – Friday, 26 August 2022
Today was the last day of #LINOecon in the Inselhalle, as we will head off to Mainau Island tomorrow, where we celebrate the final day of this eventful week. After a Partner Breakfast and a Morning Workout, the day went on with insightful lectures by several Laureates, Laureate Lunches, Science Walks and Next Gen Economic Sessions. Finally, our Bavarian Evening was a worthy end of the day.