Open Lectures at University of Economics

Robert Aliber: Four financial crises in the last 25 years

Robert Aliber: Four financial crises in the last 25 years

When: May 13, 2009 at 17:00
Where: University of Economics in Bratislava, Dolnozemska cesta 1, room D116.

Robert Aliber is a professor of international economy and finance at the University of Chicago, director of the Centre for International Finance Studies and senior adviser in the International Agency for Economic Development at the US Foreign Affairs Ministry.


Mary Shirley, Lee Benham, John Nye, Alexandra Benhan: Institutional economy – key tool for understanding economic development

When: May 18, 2009 at 10:00
Where: University of Economics in Bratislava, Dolnozemska cesta 1, room V1

Mary Shirley (World Bank), Lee Benham (Washington University), John Nye (George Mason University), Alexandra Benham (Ronald Coase Institute) will describe the usefulness of using institutional economy for understanding development issues.

Bratislava Open Lectures are organised in cooperation with the Virtual Scientific Laboratories, the University of Economics in Bratislava, the Tatra Banka Foundation and are undertaken under the auspices of the US Embassy in Bratislava.

Source: www.euba.sk

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