Trevor Swan Distinguished Lectures

Public lectures in honour of the late Professor Trevor Swan

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- Trevor Swan Distinguished Professor Rabee Tourky, Chair of the Lecture Series

Professor Trevor Swan was the foundation Professor of Economics at ANU. Trevor Swan is often regarded as the greatest economist that Australia produced. Three Nobel prizes in economics have been awarded for work of which Swan himself was a pioneer – Solow’s, for his work on neoclassical growth models; Klein’s, for macroeconomic model-building and forecasting; and Meade’s, for integrating issues of internal and external balance.

Next Trevor Swan Distinguished Lecture

To be advised.

Past lectures

YearPresenter
2015

Professor Frank R. Lichtenberg, Columbia University

The impact of pharmaceutical innovation on premature mortality, hospitalization, and cancer survival in Australia, 1986-2011

2014

Nobel Laureate Professor Edward C. Prescott, Arizona State University, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Neoclassical Growth Theory: From Swan to now

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