SIOE 2020MIT, Cambridge, MA – June 18-20, 2020.
Four SIOE-Presidents and a Nobel Laureate: Sergei Guriev, Francine Lafontaine, Bengt Holmstrom, Bentley MacLeod, and Tore Ellingsen (from left).
Oliver Hart (Harvard) describing how he came to study firms – and delivering a very intuitive introduction to the art of economic modeling.
Douglas Allen speaking about institutionally constrained technology adoption in medieval warfare at the 2015 conference.
"How did that speaker link social mobility and institutions?" - audience during a keynote lecture in Paris
Perpetual discussions: institutions, organizations, or both? Bertrand Quélin (HEC Paris) and Decio Zylbersztajn (Sao Paulo), on the right, during the Berkeley conference.
By Stefan Voigt
A number of colleagues at Claremont (CA) will be organizing a workshop on experimental and behavioral public choice on April 1-2, 2020.
The aim of the...
By Francine Lafontaine
Background: The Oliver Williamson Best Conference Paper Award is open to all papers accepted for presentation and given at SIOE’s annual meeting. A sub-group...
By Pauline Grosjean
I had the pleasure of chairing the 2019 Ronald H. Coase Dissertation Award committee. My deepest thanks to my fellow committee members: Renee Adams (our...
By Jens Prüfer
The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization invites researchers to submit papers for a special issue on Institutions, Culture and Religion in Economic History...
By Brian Silverman*
The session titled “Effects of Law Enforcement” included presentations of three fascinating papers, all related to the impact of legal or regulatory...
By Guido Friebel*
How people get jobs and how well they are suited for the job they do are important determinants for firm efficiency. Ines Black (Duke, Fuqua School of Business)...
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