“Productive knowledge” and “the nature of liquidity provision” at the LACEA 16th Annual Meeting

Ricardo Hausmann - Plenary I

Ricardo Hausmann, Harvard University

The LACEA meeting started on Thursday 10th with LACEA’s Presidential Address. The first plenary was dedicated to Ricardo Hausmann, Harvard University, who made a presentation on how wealth and development are related to the ability of a country to make more products, which in turn is based on how many different types of knowledge the country has and how these can be put together.

Bengt Holmström - Plenary II

Bengt Holmström, MIT

“The Nature of Liquidity Provision: When Ignorance Is Bliss” was the topic discussed at the second plenary by Bengt HolmstromMassachusetts Institute of Technology.


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