Corden Public Lecture Series

2019
What did we miss about globalisation?, Professor Paul Krugman, City University of New York’s Graduate Center

2018
The Labour Market Consquences of Globalisation, Professor Gordon Hanson, University of California, San Diego

2017
India's Search for Prosperity, Vijay Joshi, Merton College, Oxford

2016
Ireland - A Remarkable Economic Recovery, Frances Ruane, Economic and Social Research Institute

2015
Superstar Firms in the Global Economy, Professor Peter Neary,Oxford University

2014
Financial Globalisation and Asset Bubbles: Dealing with a New World Economy (page 21), Professor Jaume Ventura, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

2013
Divided We Stand: Why Inequality Keeps Rising, John P Martin, Former Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD

2012
'Lessons of the global financial crisis', Martin Wolf, Financial Times

2011
Natural Resources, Manufacturing and Trade: A Long-Run Perspective (page 29), Professor Ronald Findlay, Columbia University

2010
'Do We Need a New International Monetary System - A Multipolar System for a Multipolar World', Professor Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley

2009
'The Current Financial Crisis vs. The Great Depression: Lessons for Avoiding 1930s Style Protectionism', Professor Doug Irwin, Dartmouth College

2008
'Globalisation, Crises and Growth', Professor Paul Collier, Oxford University

2007
'Globalisation, Growth and Crises: The View from Latin America', Professor Sebastian Edwards, UCLA

2006
'International Trade and Poverty: Cause or Cure?', Professor L. Alan Winters, The World Bank

2005
'Deindustrialisation, Then and Now: Has the Old Economic Order Vanished?', Professor Jeff Williamson, Harvard University

2004
Globalization and Poor People: The Debate and Evidence (page 6), Dr Martin Ravallion, The World Bank

2003
'International Economic Integration and The World's Poor', Professor Pranab Bardhan, University of California, Berkeley