SIOE 2017 New-York, USA - June 23-25, 2017.
Plenty of time for social interaction with keynote speakers. Here: Daron Acemoglu
What makes a successful leader? - Guido Friebel (Frankfurt) presenting the results of an experiment in a large retail chain
Josiah Ober (Stanford) was awarded the Douglass C. North Research Award for "The Rise and Fall of Classical Greece" (Princeton University Press, 2015).
Emily Kadens (Northwestern), Benito Arrunada (Pompeu Fabra), and Scott Masten (Michigan) during a panel discussion on Public and Private Order in Historical and Comparative Perspective
Bentley MacLeod (Columbia) presenting a paper on optimal contracting in the presence of guile
By Jens Prüfer
The newly established multidisciplinary program on “Governance Analytics” at PSL Research University Paris has an opening for a postdoctoral fellowship in data-...
Upon members' request, the Bylaws of the Society for Institutional and Organizational Economics, which were enacted in June 2015, are available online now. They...
By Carmine Guerriero (University of Bologna)
While economists have long maintained that weak property rights are detrimental for development since they discourage effort and...
Scott Gehlbach (Wisconsin-Madison) is a newly elected member of SIOE's board. The following essay introduces him to SIOE.org's readers.
By Scott Gehlbach
Maria Guadalupe (INSEAD) is a newly elected member of SIOE's board. The following essay introduces her to SIOE.org's readers.
By Maria Guadalupe
Pauline Grosjean (University of New South Wales) is a newly elected member of SIOE's board. The following essay introduces her to SIOE.org's readers.
By Pauline Grosjean...
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