European School on
New Institutional Economics

Recruiting: a PhD student and a Post-doctoral Fellow in Economics/Management

The Chair "Governance and Regulation" at the University Paris-Dauphine is recruiting a PhD student and a Post-doctoral Fellow. Candidates must have a solid background in economics (institutional and organizational economics, industrial organization, political economy, law and economics) or management (strategy and organization), and be familiar with applied analysis. Expertise in the economics of regulation or non-market strategies is preferable but not required.

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Calls for applications

The Ronald Coase Institute
Tel Aviv Workshop on Institutional Analysis
December 13-19, 2015 Tel Aviv, Israel
Co-sponsored by the Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law,
Tel Aviv University Buchmann Faculty of Law
Buchmann Faculty of Law
Apply by August 20, 2015 - application form.

International workshop

University Paris Dauphine and CEPREMAP are pleased to invite you to the International workshop on
Health at Work
that will be held in Paris on June, 12th 2015
at Cité Universitaire de Paris - Fondation Deutsch de la Meurthe, 37 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris
A preliminary program is attached to this message. It will be regularly updated at the following address:
Participation is free of charge but it is necessary to register by sending an email to


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)