Luigi Solari Lecture
The Institute of Economics and Econometrics (IEE) organizes, in memory of Luigi Solari, an annual public lecture in economics and econometrics.
Professor Luigi Solari (1932-1977) was a pioneer in introducing research in econometrics in Switzerland. As a Professor at the University of Geneva since 1964, he was the first to teach this discipline in Switzerland. In 1966, he created a research centre for econometrics at the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, which later became the Department of Econometrics and then the Institute of Economics and Econometrics (IEE).
This conference has seen many distinguished economists and econometricians as guest speakers, among others Nobel Laureates Jan Tinbergen, Richard Stone, Robert Engle.
Previous LUIGI Solari Lectures
Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (Michigan State University)
Regression Adjustment and Doubly Robust Estimators for Experimental and Observational Studies
Rosa Matzkin (UCLA ECON, Department of Economics)
On the Observability of Unobservables
Aureo De Paula (University College London, Department of Economics)
Identifying and Estimating Connections
Stéphane Bonhomme (University of Chicago, Department of Economics)
Dimension Reduction and Unobserved Heterogeneity
Manuel Arellano (CEMFI Madrid, Past President of the Econometric Society)
Quantile Response and Panel Data
Hashem Pesaran (University of Southern California & Emeritus Professor, University of Cambridge)
Opportunities and Challenges in the Analysis of Large Data Sets
Daniel Royer (Université de Genève - Farewell lecture)
J'ai plus appris d'économie au cours de macro qu'au cours de math
Anthony Shorrocks (Director, Global Economic Perspectives)
The Level and Distribution of Household Wealth from a Global Perspective
Alberto Holly (Université de Lausanne)
Distributions asymétriques et à longue queue : pourquoi s'en préoccuper ? Comment les prendre en compte dans les modèles économétriques ? Exemples en économie de la santé