On June 19, 2015, the International Society for New Institutional Economics changed its name to Society for Institutional and Organizational Economics. Happy birthday, SIOE!
Oliver Williamson listening to young talent
Barry Weingast and Douglass North enjoying the conference at Stanford.
Plenty of time for social interaction with keynote speakers. Here: Daron Acemoglu
Perpetual discussions: institutions, organizations, or both?
Orie Shelef (center), receiving the Ronald H. Coase Dissertation Award from SIOE President John de Figueiredo (right) and President-Elect Henry Smith
Harold Demsetz (on the right) after having received the Elinor Ostrom Lifetime Achievement Award at the SIOE 2015 conference at Harvard University, together with Yoram Barzel.
Eric Brousseau and Lee Epstein having a good time at a reception in Florence
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