Myron Scholes
Global Markets Forum

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Pravin Gordhan, former Minister of Finance and also the former Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (South Africa) will present "South Africa: Land of Challenges and Hope"

This event has been postponed. We are scheduling a new date for the Fall quarter. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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The Myron Scholes Global Markets Forum brings business leaders, policy makers, and distinguished academics to address the Chicago community on topics of current interest. These events are open to the public but do require advance registration.

Past Events

Click on the links below to find video coverage, news articles, and photos of the past Myron Scholes Global Markets Forums.

December 6, 2016

Panel discussion on "Brexit: What it Means for Europe and the World" with Professors Marianne Bertrand, Christian Leuz, Lubos Pastor, and Randall Kroszner as moderator. 

October 26, 2016

 "Global Economic Challenges: What Can Monetary Policy Do?" with Raghuram Rajan, Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at Chicago Booth and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India.

May 9, 2016

"Instability in a Monetary Economy," with Adair Turner, Chairman of the Institute for New Economic Thinking and Former Chairman, United Kingdom Financial Services Authority

April 20, 2016

"The Global Decline in the Labor Share," with Brent Neiman, Associate Professor of Economics and Robert King Steel Faculty Fellow

February 18, 2016

"Growth Prospects for the US Economy," with Kevin Murphy and Lawrence H. Summers

October 13, 2015

"Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics," with Richard Thaler and Steven Kaplan

September 29, 2015

"Greece's Debt Crisis," with Anil Kashyap, Stavros Panageas, and Luigi Zingales
News & Announcements

Panel on Brexit

Chicago Booth faculty discuss the Brexit situation and what it means for Europe and the World.

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Scholes Forum: Raghuram Rajan

Rajan spoke on Global Economic Challenges: What Can Monetary Policy Do?

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IGM Economic Experts Panel
For USMPF Information and Papers
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