In a series of short essays from several perspectives, SIOE members describe their individual takes of the interdisciplinary undertaking to study institutions and/or organizations, naturally colored by their own home discipline. These perspectives are not meant to be a canon of dogmatic statements but, if viewed as a joint effort, a representative outline of our field of study.
- Where do Institutions come from? (by Sergei Guriev)
- Law and Institutional and Organizational Economics (by Henry Smith)
- Organizational Economics (by Robert Gibbons and John Roberts)
- Transaction Cost Economics (by Scott E. Masten)
- Strategy and Institutional & Organizational Economics (by Jackson A. Nickerson and Brian S. Silverman)