1. Roger B. Meyerson - "Information Economics and Macroeconomic Theory"

  2. Stanley Fish - "What Are Academics Free to Do?"

  3. Bo Rothstein - Guilty as Charged. Human Well-Being and the Irrelevance of Political Science

  4. Mary Nolan - Human Rights and Market Fundamentalism

  5. Martin Riesebrodt - Religion in the Modern World: Between Secularization and Resurgence

  6. Martin Hellwig - Quo vadis Europe? Banks, Sovereigns and the Crisis

  7. Karl-Ulrich Mayer - From "Science as a Vocation" (1918) to "Horizon 2020" (2012)

  8. Tim Besley - Human Nature and Institution Design

  9. Archon Fung - Viral Engagement: Fast, Cheap, and Broad, but Good for Democracy?

  10. Tariq Modood - The Strange Non-Death of Multiculturalism

  11. Franςois Bourguignon - The Globalization of Inequality

  12. Lawrence Lessig - The Integrity and Independence of Policymakers

  13. Jo Shaw - Citizenship as a Space of Law

  14. Jan deVries - The Return from Narrative: Post-Cultural History and the Social Sciences

  15. Linda Colley - Liberties and Empires: Writing Constitutions in the Atlantic World, 1776-1848

  16. Richard Revesz - Three Stages in the Evolution of Cost-Benefit Analysis

  17. Seyla Benhabib - The Future of Democratic Sovereignty and Transnational Law

  18. Stephan Leibfried - Ships of State: Germany, Europe, and Beyond ...

  19. Nicola Lacey - Revisiting the Comparative Political Economy of Punishment

  20. Kathleen Thelen - Varieties of Capitalism

  21. Avinash Dixit - Governance, Development and Foreign Direct Investment

  22. Pierre Rosanvallon - Rethinking Equality in an Age of Inequalities

  23. Christopher Pissarides - Employment in Europe

  24. Bruce Ackerman - The Decline and Fall of the American Republic

  25. Elhanan Helpman - Trade abd Labor Market Outcome

  26. Wolfgang Streeck - The Crisis in Context

  27. Prof. Deirdre Curtin - Keeping Government Secrecy Safe

  28. Prof. Jean Tirole - Rules and Norms

  29. Prof. Mario Biagioli - The Dematerialization of Invention

  30. Prof. Daniel C. Dennett - "My Brain made me do it!"

  31. Kenneth Pomeranz - Development with Chinese Characteristics?

  32. Prof. Mansbridge - Against Accountability

  33. Prof. Ernst Fehr - The Lure of Authority

  34. Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Dignity, rights and responsibilities

  35. Prof. Mary Beard - Simulacra and re-enactment

  36. Prof Charles Richard Bean, Deputy Governor, Bank of England

  37. Prof Harold James - The Financial Crisis

  38. Prof. Jon Elster - Justice, Truth, Peace

  39. Prof. Alan Schwartz - Is a Contract Law Necessary?

  40. Prof. Haakonssen - Natural Law and Social Science

  41. Prof. Delmas-Marty - video abstract - Ordering Pluralism

  42. Prof. T.F. Cooley - Abstract version - The Role of Executive Compensation in the Financial Crisis

  43. Prof. Philippe Schmitter - abstract version - The Micro-Foundation for the science(s) of politics

  44. Prof. Maier - Between Social Science and Surprise

  45. Welcome to the Max Weber Programme

  46. Prof. David Levine - Is Behavioural Economics Doomed?

  47. Prof. Barry Weingast - Rule of Law and Developing Countries

  48. Prof. Christine Jolls - The new behavioural law and economics

  49. Prof. G. Esping-Andersen - How women changed the world