SIOE 2020 - Oliver Williamson’s legacy
Sara Lowes (Stanford), Alessandra Cassar (San Francisco), and Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics) (from left) exchanging feedback from their session on Women and Economics
Henry Smith (Harvard) giving his Presidential Address on "The Future of Property" in June 2016.
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
Matt Jackson (Stanford) during his keynote lecture on "Informal Networks and Formal Institutions"
Bob Gibbons (MIT) commenting on the theories of incentives (by Holmstrom) and property rights (by Hart) – and thanking both Nobel laureates in a very personal manner.
By Giorgio Zanarone
As part of the Barcelona Summer Forum, we are inviting submissions for the Workshop in Organizational Economics.
The workshop will run for 2 days and...
By Bob Gibbons
Dear SIOE Members and Friends — I hope everyone in your world is ok. Please see two announcements below. Very best wishes for a very different new year,
This year there will again be two joint sessions between ACES (the Association for Comparative Economic Studies) and SIOE. The first, described below, will be Sunday...
By Guido Friebel
There will be a joint session of SIOE and ACES, the Association for Comparative Economic Studies, at the 2021 ASSA meetings. Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, 12:15 PM - 2:15...
By Robert Gibbons
Last week personnel economics lost its founder, Edward Lazear. This sad news was made even more shocking by the rapid pace of Eddie’s disease.
As far as I...
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