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Using rigorous methodologies, 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 arrangements emerge and evolve.
Ph.D. students, Post-docs and researchers, in Economics, Management, Political Science, Sociology, Law and other social sciences.
Formal lectures will be given every morning. Each lecture is dedicated to the extensive presentation of the state of the art of the discipline on a specific applied or theoretical topic. Afternoons will be dedicated to workshops devoted either to research questions or methodologies. Seminars, held in the second part of the afternoon, allow the participants to have their work discussed by recognized scholars in the field.
Karen Alter (Norhwestern, USA), Marc Bourreau (Télécom Paris, FR), Rachel Kranton (Duke, USA), Andrea Mattozzi (University of Bologna, IT), Dilip Mookherjee (Boston Univ., USA), Felix Oberholzer-Gee, (Harvard, USA), Dominic Rohner (Univ. de Lausanne, CH), Bernard Salanié (Columbia Univ., USA), Steve Tadelis (U.C. Berkeley, USA), Margarethe Wiersema (U.C. Irvine, USA).
Giovanni Andreottola (Univ. Naples, IT), Florian Englmaier (LMU Munich, TBC), Thilo Huning (Univ. of York, UK), Claire Lim (UCL, UK), Sultan Mehmood (New Economic School, Moscow, RU), Joaquín Morales Belpaire (Univ. Privada Boliviana, BO), Radoslawa Nikolowa (Queen Mary University of London, UK), Marta Troya Martinez (New Economic School, Moscow, RU), Xiao Yu Wang (Duke, USA), Erina Ytsma (Carnegie Mellon, USA).
Eric Brousseau (University Paris-Dauphine - PSL)
Attendants will be selected on the basis of their resume, and of a paper or of a presentation of their research program.