SIOE 2017 New-York, USA - June 23-25, 2017.
What makes a successful leader? - Guido Friebel (Frankfurt) presenting the results of an experiment in a large retail chain
Alberto Alesina (Harvard) presenting a cross-country survey study on social mobility and preferences for redistribution
On June 19, 2015, the International Society for New Institutional Economics changed its name to Society for Institutional and Organizational Economics. Happy birthday, SIOE!
Lisa Bernstein (Chicago) and Robert Ellickson (Yale) sharing thoughts during a coffee break in Paris.
Catherine Duggan (Harvard) speaking about contract enforcement institutions in historical perspective.
By Giorgio Zanarone
As I announced in an earlier post, on September 23-24, 2016, CUNEF hosted the second workshop on relational contracts in Madrid. The first workshop was held in...
By Bob Gibbons
The working group in Organizational Economics meets twice a year as a forum for both regular members of the group and guests to present research on the design and...
By Jens Prüfer
Here is an interesting job opening for EU citizens with a relevant PhD and expertise in digital markets. We were contacted by the Joint Research Centre of the...
The results of the recent SIOE election are as follows:
Second Vice President:
Graduate students and junior faculty members may be interested in two spring schools in institutional and organizational economics, to be held in May 2017, which...
The following is the fifth, and last, in a series of guest posts from job market candidates working in Institutional and Organizational Economics (check out the first, second, third, and...
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