Ohlin Lectures

In order to honor the significant scientific achievements of Bertil Ohlin, the Stockholm School of Economics arranges the annual Ohlin Lectures. These lectures are devoted to important economic problems in areas close to Ohlin’s heart. The lectures are subsequently published in book form by the MIT Press, Cambridge, MA and London, in a series that has gained a wide readership. In 1999, an international symposium to honor the name of Bertil Ohlin was also arranged at the school with the participation of a large number of leading international economists.

Series editor: David Domeij

The Unequal Effects of Globalization

Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, Greg Larson

Aug 15, 2023

Macroeconomics in Times of Liquidity Crises

Guillermo A. Calvo

Nov 04, 2016

The Craft of Economics

Edward E. Leamer

Jan 06, 2012

Trade Policy Disaster

Douglas A. Irwin

Oct 21, 2011

Offshoring in the Global Economy

Robert C. Feenstra

Dec 30, 2009

Globalization and the Poor Periphery before 1950

Jeffrey G. Williamson

Aug 21, 2009

Too Sensational

W. Max Corden

Aug 20, 2004

Unintended Consequences

Deepak Lal

Jul 27, 2001

Factor Proportions, Trade, and Growth

Ronald Findlay

Jun 21, 1995

Unemployment and Macroeconomics

Assar Lindbeck

May 06, 1993


Jagdish N. Bhagwati

Dec 18, 1989