By Eric Brousseau
From the 16th to the 20th of May 2016 in Corsica (France), the 15th session of the Institutional and Organizational Economics Academy (ex-ESNIE) will take place.
Using rigorous scientific methods, Institutional and Organizational Economics focuses on the theoretical and empirical analysis of institutions, organizations and contracts, as well as on the conditions under which these devices evolve.
• To promote the use of appropriate methods to analyze governance, institutions and organizations.
• To provide researchers with up to date synthesis on the evolutions of the research program.
• To develop networking and cooperation among researchers and among their institutions.
Ph.D. students, Post-docs and researchers, in Economics, Management, Political Science, Sociology, Law and other social sciences.
Formal lectures will be given every morning. Each lecture is dedicated to the extensive presentation of the state of the art of the discipline on a specific applied or theoretical topic. Afternoons will be dedicated to workshops devoted either to research questions or methodologies. The seminars to be held in the second part of the afternoon will allow the attendants to have their work discussed by recognized scholars in the field.
Laurence Capron (INSEAD), David Ettinger (University Paris-Dauphine), Jose Luis Guasch (University of California at San Diego), Barak Richman (Duke University), Gérard Roland (U.C. Berkeley), Roberta Romano (Yale University), Koen Schoors (Ghent University), Paul Seabright (Toulouse School of Economics), Mathias Thoenig (Université de Lausanne), Rick G. Vanden Bergh (University of Vermont)
Carlo Cambini (Politecnico di Torino and Florence School of Regulation), Magdalena Dobrajska (Copenhagen Business School), Matej Drev (Georgia Institute of Technology), Mircea Epure (University Pompeu Fabra), Pierre Fleckinger (Mines ParisTech and Paris School of Economics), Daniel Garcia (University of Vienna), Nan Jia (University of Southern California), Noel Johnson (George Mason University), Luigi Moretti (University of Bologna), Melanie Meng Xue (UCLA)
• Closing date for application: 15th of February 2016
• Notification of acceptance: 1st of March 2016
• Closing date for registration: 15th of April 2016
Applicants will be selected on the basis of their resume, and of a paper or of a presentation of their research program.
• Detailed information are available at: http://www.ioea.eu/ioea2016.html
From ESNIE to IOEA
In fourteen years of existence, the European School of New Institutional Economic (ESNIE) has become one of the most prominent events in research on institutional and organizational economics. The school has continually built up a dense and wide network of researchers and students interested in this dynamic field. In 2015, in order to adapt to the evolution of the discipline, ESNIE became the Institutional and Organizational Economics Academy (IOEA).