SIOE 2020 - Oliver Williamson’s legacy
Lisa Bernstein (Chicago) and Robert Ellickson (Yale) sharing thoughts during a coffee break in Paris.
Oliver Hart (Harvard) describing how he came to study firms – and delivering a very intuitive introduction to the art of economic modeling.
Perpetual discussions: institutions, organizations, or both? Bertrand Quélin (HEC Paris) and Decio Zylbersztajn (Sao Paulo), on the right, during the Berkeley conference.
Social Identity and Culture’ was a hot topic at SIOE 2019 in Stockholm. Here a well-attended session during a presentation by Boaz Abramson (Stanford)
Nobel laureate Jean Tirole – the first SIOE keynote speaker who also presented a paper in a regular session
By Claude Ménard
[Oliver E. Williamson passed away on May 21, 2020. This short essay written for SIOE is one in a series written by eminent scholars that honors the breadth...
By Nick Argyres and Jackson Nickerson*
[Oliver E. Williamson passed away on May 21, 2020. This short essay written for SIOE is one in a series written by...
By Scott Masten*
[Oliver E. Williamson passed away on May 21, 2020. This short essay written for SIOE is one in a series written by eminent scholars that...
By Bob Gibbons
The full program of the conference that was planned to be held at MIT consists of 80 sessions. It will be posted in this page in early June---including each paper’s...
By John de Figueiredo
Oliver Williamson passed away on May 21, 2020 in Berkeley, California. He made a series of seminal contributions to the creation of the field of...
By Jens Prüfer
Call for submissions for a Special Issue in Leadership Quarterly on "Harnessing Exogenous Shocks for Leadership and Management Research."
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