Clemens Lecture Series
Serving the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University
The Clemens Lecture Series was founded to further conversation on the ways that economics can speak to the larger problems of our society and culture. It brings to Saint John's outstanding economists noted for their abilities to address the economic dimensions of social issues and to sustain dialogue with the other fields of the liberal arts. It also provides a valuable opportunity for students to meet both informally and in classes with the visiting lecturer. The lecture series is designed to be practically useful in understanding daily life and is intended for a wide audience, including students, faculty, the business and professional community and members of the general public interested in the impact of econimc issues in their lives.
To view past lectures, please go to the Digital Commons page (on left side of this page), click Faculty and Staff SelectedWorks and then the Clemens Lecture site
The Clemens Chair in Economics and the Liberal Arts and the Clemens Lecture Series have been made possible by the generosity of William E. and Virginia Clemens.
Javier Maria Iguiñiz
The 2014 Clemens Lecture was held on Monday, September 29 at 8:00 p.m. at the Stephen B. Humphrey on Saint John's University Campus. The speaker for 2014 was Javier Iguiñiz, Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Catholic University of Peru. Javier Iguiñiz received his Ph.D in Economics in 1979 from The New School for Social Research, United States, his Master of Science in 1972 from Iowa State University. He received a Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from the National University of Engineering, Peru in 1968.
His research areas include economic development, economic policy, and ethics and economics.