SIOE 2018 Montréal, Canada – June 21-23, 2018.
Philippe Aghion (College de France) during his keynote lecture on "Innovation, Income Inequality, and Social Mobility"
Computational Social Science paired with a Dry Sense of Humor: Duncan Watts (Columbia University and Microsoft Research)
Douglas Allen speaking about institutionally constrained technology adoption in medieval warfare at the 2015 conference.
Four SIOE-Presidents and a Nobel Laureate: Sergei Guriev, Francine Lafontaine, Bengt Holmstrom, Bentley MacLeod, and Tore Ellingsen (from left).
Lisa Bernstein (Chicago) and Robert Ellickson (Yale) sharing thoughts during a coffee break in Paris.
By Claude Ménard and Mary M. Shirley
Younger institutional scholars often ask us: Where should I put my research efforts? What are the most important gaps in our knowledge of...
By Giorgio Zanarone
Dear friends and colleagues,
I am happy to announce another workshop that strongly relates to our society's topics. On September 14-15, 2018,...
The University of Missouri's Division of Applied Social Sciences seeks applications and nominations for a 9‐month, tenure‐track assistant professor position in agribusiness management,...
By Bentley MacLeod
This year the Society for Institutional and Organizational Economics calls for nominations for the 2018 Douglass North and 2018 Ronald Coase Awards.
By Jens Prüfer
Maybe the longest-running and most successful summer school in IOE, the Institutional and Organizational Economics Academy (IOEA, formerly ESNIE), is...
I am happy to inform you that for the first time this summer the...
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