In 2004 the EEA and Fundación BBVA agreed to hold an annual lecture by a world-class economist on a relevant topic. This lecture is known as the Journal of the European Economic Association–Fundación BBVA Lecture (JEEA-FBBVA lecture).
The lecture is given twice a year - (from the 2008 lecture) at the ASSA meetings and at the headquarters of FBBVA in Madrid, Spain -, and is published as a leading article in JEEA. This lecture has proved to be very successful and educative.
The EEA thanks Fundación BBVA for their continued support, without which these lectures would not be possible.
For more information on the Fundación BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge, please click here.
You can view the past speakers and view their papers (those that have been published so far) below.
Mariacristina De Nardi
The Importance of Modeling Income Tax Changes Over Time: U.S. Reforms and Outcomes
What Drives Wage Stagnation: Monopsony or Monopoly?Read paper
How Unconventional is Green Monetary Policy?
Experience, Bias, and Expertise - How Experience Effects Bias Decision-Making Even Among ExpertsRead paper
Consumption Insurance in Networks with Asymmetric Information: Evidence from TanzaniaRead paper
The Microeconomic Foundations of Aggregate Production FunctionsRead paper
The Dynamics of Environmental Politics and ValuesRead paper
Monetary Policy in the Capitals of CapitalRead paper
Eliana La Ferrara
Mass Media and Social Change: Can We Use Television to Fight Poverty?Read paper
Sovereign Debt Sustainability in Advanced EconomiesRead paper
John Van Reenen
The New Empirical Economics of ManagementRead paper
Use and Abuse of Authority: A Behavioral Foundation of the Employment RelationRead paper
Intellectual Property Rights Policy, Competition and InnovationRead paper
Tax Policy Reform: The Role of Empirical EvidenceRead paper
The Return of the Wage Phillips CurveRead paper
Family Ties and Political ParticipationRead paper
The Economics of Gender in the Light of the Biology of Sexual Competition