Economica

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Edited By: Frank Cowell, Gianluca Benigno and Lena Edlund. Review Editor: Amos Witztum

Impact Factor: 1.116

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 113/332 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1468-0335

Coase and Phillips Lecture Series


Economica Coase and Phillips Lecture Series

Two of Economica's most famous articles are the inspiration for the Economica Annual Lecture Series in conjunction with the Department of Economics at the London School of Economics. The 'Phillips Curve' article was the most heavily-cited macroeconomics title of the 20th century; Ronald Coase won the Nobel Prize for his work on the theory of the firm which began with his Economica article.

Robert J. Barro
The fourth Phillips lecture by Robert J. Barro took place on March 20, 2014 at the LSE. Information on the lecture can be found here.

Elhanan Helpman
The fourth Coase lecture by Elhanan Helpman took place in February 2013 at the LSE. Information on the lecture can be found here.

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Foreign Trade and Investment: Firm-level Perspectives

Professor Christopher Pissarides
The third Philips lecture by Chirstopher Pissarides took place in February 2012 at the LSE. A podcast and video of the lecture is available to download here.

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Unemployment in the Great Recession

Ernst Fehr
The third Coase lecture by Ernst Fehr took place in February 2011 at the LSE. A podcast and video of the lecture is available to download here.

Thomas Sargent
The second Phillips lecture by Thomas Sargent took place in February 2010 at the LSE. A podcast and video of the lecture is available to download here.

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Where to Draw Lines: Stability Versus Efficiency

Jean Tirole
The second Coase lecture by Jean Tirole took place in February 2009 at the LSE. A podcast of the lecture is available to download here.

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Individual and Corporate Social Responsibility

Robert E. Lucas Jr
The first Phillips lecture by Robert Lucas took place in February 2008 at the LSE. Click here for more details.

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Ideas and Growth

Oliver Hart
The inaugural Coase lecture by Oliver Hart took place in February 2007 at the LSE. A podcast of the lecture is available to download here.

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Economica Coase Lecture: Reference Points and the Theory of the Firm

Download the original Coase and Phillips articles here:

The Nature of the Firm
R. H. Coase

The Relation Between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wage Rates in the United Kingdom, 1861–1957
A. W. Phillips

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