Nobel Laureate in Economics 2012
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Author of Who Gets What – and Why
Creating new markets that benefit all parties.
Alvin Roth is a world-renowned expert on market design and game theory. A Nobel Laureate, Dr. Roth is a compelling speaker providing audiences with new and compelling insights into the hidden behaviours of their industries marketplaces.
Prime Minister of Italy 2011-2013.
Member of the Italian Senate.
President of Bocconi University.
Mario Monti, Knight Grand Cross OMRI is an Italian economist who served as the Prime Minister of Italy from 2011 to 2013, leading a government of technocrats in the wake of the Italian debt crisis.
2013 Nobel Laureate in Economics
Distinguished Professor of Economics, Yale University
Creative innovations in finance and risk management based on human behaviour.
One of the most far-seeing political economists of our time, Robert J. Shiller is known the world over for his brilliant forecasts of financial bubbles and his penetrating insights into market dynamics and human psychology.
Professor, Princeton University
Winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Economics.
2011 Gerald Loeb Award winner for Commentary — New York Times.
As one of the world’s premier economists, Paul Krugman speaks on the leading issues of the day, focusing on the European financial crisis and the world economy.
Managing Editor (US) and Columnist, Financial Times
Must-read financial journalist who predicted today’s global debt-market crises.
Gillian Tett is widely credited with being the first to cover the credit crunch in the mainstream press and has won three prestigious awards for her coverage of capital markets.