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, structures and dynamics of collectives and communities.
- 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.
Applicants will be selected on the basis of their resume, and of a paper or of a presentation of their research program.
Edward J. Balleisen (Duke U.), Joshua Fischman (U. of Virginia), Leigh Hancher (Tilburg U. & European University Institute), Jacint Jordana (U. Pompeu Fabra), Andrea Mattozzi (European University Institute), Dilip Mookherjee (Boston U.), Bernard Salanié (U. of Columbia), Steve Tadelis(U.C. Berkeley ), Dominic Rohner (U. of Lausanne), Margarethe Wiersema(U.C. Irvine)
Giovanni Andreottola (Federico II University of Naples), Daniel Herrera(Paris-Dauhine|PSL), Thilo Huning (U. of York), Asseem Kaul (Carlson, U. of Minnesota), Ilze Kivleniece (INSEAD), Claire Lim (Queen Mary University of London), Joaquín Morales Belpaire (Universidad Privada Boliviana), Radoslawa Nikolowa (Queen Mary University of London), Anja Shortland(King’s College London), Xiao Yu Wang (Duke U.)