Twenty slides summarising a professorial inaugural lecture from February 2016, before the UK referendum on membership of the European Union. This lecture weighs up the potential costs and benefits of Brexit on four fronts: Trade, Regulation, Immigration and Fiscal impact. From a bundle of materials for a course on Economics of the European Union.
Lecture Slides in European Economics
Lecture slides from a 2017/18 course are among the files under the "public resources" tab. The course is based around Baldwin and Wyplosz' "The Economics of European Integration".
This page collects PDF-format slide shows from presentations given by Rodrik. Topics include "Is the Nation State the Enemy of Global Equality?", "Has Sustained Growth Decoupled from Industralization?" "Industrial Policy and the European Union", and "The Why and How of Growth Diagnostics." The slides have enough text to be read as self-contained lessons.