SIOE 2020MIT, Cambridge, MA – June 18-20, 2020.
Mark Koyama (GMU), Anja Shortland (King’s College), and David Skarbek (Brown) enjoying a reception at Columbia University’s Low Memorial Library
Eric Brousseau (Paris-Dauphine) and Lee Epstein (Washington U) having a good time at a reception in Florence
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.
Philippe Aghion (College de France) during his keynote lecture on "Innovation, Income Inequality, and Social Mobility"
Scott Gehlbach (Wisconsin-Madison), who had served on several award committees, watching the SIOE awards ceremony
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