Zeuthen Lectures

In 1996 the Department launched a new series of lectures, the Zeuthen Lectures, in honour of Frederik Zeuthen, the renowned Danish Professor in Economics at the University of Copenhagen from 1930 to 1958. A personal note on Frederik Zeuthen.

Once a year, the Zeuthen Lectures feature an internationally distinguished scholar for 3 lectures on new ground-breaking economic subjects.

The lectures are made available to the international audience through the "Zeuthen Lectures Book Series" published by MIT Press.
 


Zeuthen Lectures 2007

Professor Robert Feenstra
University of California, Davis


April 25-27, 2007

"New Product Varieties, the Terms of Trade, and the Measurement of Real GDP"


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Zeuthen Workshop

April 27 - 28, 2007




Previous Zeuthen Lectures:

2006: Professor Tim Bollerslev
2005: Professor Matthew Rabin
2004: Professor Eric Maskin
2003: Professor Richard Blundell
2002: Professor Ernst Fehr
2001: Professor Philippe Aghion
2000: Professor Dale T. Mortensen
1999: Professor Maurice Obstfeld
1998: Professor Torsten Persson and Professor Guido Tabellini
1997: Professor David F. Hendry
1996: Professor Ariel Rubinstein