Munich Lectures in Economics

Every year the CES council awards a prize to an internationally renowned and innovative economist for outstanding contributions to economic research. The scholar is honored with the title “Distinguished CES Fellow” and is invited to give the “Munich Lectures in Economics.” The lectures are held at the Center for Economic Studies of the University of Munich. They introduce areas of recent or potential interest to a wide audience in a nontechnical way and combine theoretical depth with policy relevance.

Series editor: Hans-Werner Sinn

From Optimal Tax Theory to Tax Policy

Robin Boadway

Jan 27, 2012

Happiness

Bruno S. Frey

Aug 13, 2010

Growth and Empowerment

Nicholas Stern, F. Halsey Rogers, Jean-Jacques Dethier

Aug 11, 2006

The Economic Effects of Constitutions

Torsten Persson, Guido Tabellini

Jan 14, 2005

Competition in Telecommunications

Jean-Jacques Laffont, Jean Tirole

Jan 26, 2001

The Making of Economic Policy

Avinash K. Dixit

Sep 01, 1998