European School on
New Institutional Economics

the 13th session of the European School on New Institutional Economics
held in Cargèse (Corsica - France) from the Monday May 19th to Friday May 23th.

Calls for applications

The Ronald Coase Institute
Manila Workshop on Institutional Analysis

December 7-13, 2014 - Manila, Philippines
Co-sponsored by Angara Centre for Law and Economics
Apply by August 31, 2014

Calls for papers

Journal of Management Studies’ Call for Papers
Special Issue on Public‐Private Collaboration, Hybrid Organizational Design and Social Value. Submission Deadline: May 31st, 2015 - download the full call for papers.

Conference

The IX Research Workshop on Institutions and Organizations will take place in Pirassununga, Brazil, on October 13th-14th, 2014.


About ESNIE

Using rigorous scientific methods, New Institutional Economics (NIE) focuses on the analysis of the economic impact and on the evolution of co-ordination devices: institutions, organisations and contracts. Main subjects of investigation cover issues that are essential in the design of efficient public policies and firm strategies. NIE put emphasis on applied analysis to confront the theory to facts to enrich the former accordingly. In addition, it is based on multi-disciplinarity to stimulate cross-fertilisation among political sciences, anthropology, sociology, management sciences, law, and economics.

The goal of ESNIE is to make PhDs and Post-doc aware of the recent development in NIE and to train them in using rigorous methods. In addition, they will benefit of intensive networking aimed at stimulating future exchanges and co-operation among participants and to favour the integration of young researchers in the research community.


Scientific Committee

Masahiko Aoki (Stanford U.), Ronald H. Coase (U. of Chicago), Massimo Egidi (Luiss U.), Jean-Luc Gaffard (U. Nice), Claude Menard (U. de Paris I), Bart Nooteboom (Erasmus U.), Douglass C. North (Washington University), Rudolf Richter (U. of Saarlandes), Oliver Williamson (U.C. Berkeley), Frank Stephen (University of Manchester)