Sir Leslie Melville Lectures
Public lectures in honour of the late Sir Leslie Melville
Sir Leslie Melville
The Sir Leslie Melville Lecture is an annual public lecture of The Australian National University. The Lecture was established in 2002 as part of the celebration of the 100th birthday of Sir Leslie Galfried Melville (1902-2002), and to mark more than half a century of Sir Leslie’s distinguished public service in the fields of monetary policy and higher education. The lecture seeks to reflect the economist and economics in public and official affairs; befitting Sir Leslie’s key role in pioneering central banking in Australia, a number of past lectures have addressed aspects of central banking.
Next Sir Leslie Melville lecture
To be advised.
Geoff Bascand, Deputy Governor and Head of Operations at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand "Changing dynamics in household behaviour: what do they mean for inflationary pressures?"
The Hon Dr Andrew Leigh MP Robots, Remuneration and Restructuring: How do technology and inequality shape one another, and what we should do about it?
Professor Forrest Capie, City University, LondonThe limits of central banking; central banks and financial crises
||Professor Pierre Pestieau, University of Liege, Belgium
||Dr Alan Bollard, formerly Governor, Reserve Bank of New Zealand
||Dr Charles Bean, Deputy Governor, Bank of England
||Dr Martin Parkinson, formerly Head of the Department of Climate Change, now Secretary to the Treasury
||Professor R G Gregory, formerly Head of Economics, RSSS, now Visiting Fellow, RSE
||Glenn Stevens, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
||Professor Robin Jeffery, formerly Director of RSPAS, now Distinguished Professor at the University of Singapore
||Professor Warwick McKibbin, formerly Director, RSE, now at the Crawford School, ANU
||Professor Max Corden, formerly Head of Economics, RSPAS, now Distinguished Professor at Melbourne
||Professor Ross Garnaut, Distinguished Professor, ANU and Melbourne
||Dr Ken Henry, Secretary to the Treasury
||Ian Macfarlane, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia