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ESNIE 2011 : the 10th session of the European School on New Institutional Economics

ESNIE 2011
10th session of the European School on New Institutional Economics

ESNIE 2011, the 10th session of the European School on New Institutional Economics, will be held in Cargese (Corsica) from the 15th to 21st of May 2011.
This school seeks to promote the use of rigorous methods to analyze the economics of institutions and organizations, to provide researchers and decision makers with up to date synthesis on the evolutions of the research program, to develop networking and cooperation among researchers and among their institutions.

It is dedicated to Ph.D. students, Post-docs and researchers in Economics, Management Sciences, Sociology, Law and other social sciences. They will benefit from lectures (every morning) dedicated to the extensive presentation of the state of the art of the discipline on a specific applied or theoretical topic, workshops (afternoon) devoted either to "research questions" or "technical topics", and seminars (second part of the afternoon) that will allow the attendants to have their work discussed by specialised scholars in the field.


Enriqueta Aragones (Institute of Economic Analysis – Barcelona), Philippe Gagnepain (U. of Paris 1), Tom Ginsburg (U. of Chicago), Jack Knight (Duke U.), Timur Kuran (Duke U.), Dean Lueck (U. of Arizona), Andrew Seltzer (U. of London), Pablo Spiller (U.C. Berkeley), Frank H. Stephen (U. of Manchester), Michael Ting (U. of Columbia).


Roberto Bonfatti (Oxford U.), Gonzalo Caballero (U. of Vigo), Sandro Cabral (U. Federal da Bahia), Ricard Gil (U.C. Santa Cruz), Sergio G. Lazzarini (INSPER, Sao Paulo), Desmond Lo (Santa Clara U.), Matteo Rizzolli (Free U. of Bolzano), Santiago Sanchez-Pages (U. of Edinburgh), Konstantin Sonin (New Economic School, Moscow).

Attendant selection

Attendants will be selected on the basis of their research program. They will present a paper that will be discussed in seminars.


lundi 20 mars 2023

Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre (LIEN)

Ambre Nicolle (LMU Munich)

En salle 614 et en distanciel

Competition and value capture in platform markets: Implications for complementor strategy

mardi 21 mars 2023

Recherche et Economie et Socioéconomie Politique, des Institutions et des Régulations (RESPIR)

André Orléan (Paris School of Economics)

Toutes les valeurs sont des espèces d’un même genre

mercredi 22 mars 2023

Économies du monde musulman

Hicham Benamirouche (CREAD, Alger) | Mongi Marzoug (ancien ministre tunisien de l’énergie)

La sécurité énergétique dans la région MENA: une proposition d’évaluation | La transition énergétique dans les pays du MENA

jeudi 23 mars 2023


Benjamin Monnery

Salle 401-402 à 12h

Does the International Criminal Court Reduce Violence Against Civilians?

lundi 27 mars 2023

Professeurs invités

Axel Gautier

jeudi 30 mars 2023

Groupe de travail « Intelligence artificielle »

Paola Tubaro (CREST)

Salle : G614B

Artificial intelligence, labour transformations, and inconspicuous inequalities: women’s work on digital ‘micro-tasking’ platforms

jeudi 30 mars 2023


Morel Tien

Migration et synchronisation des cycles

lundi 3 avril 2023

Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre (LIEN)

Stefania Marcassa (CY Cergy)

En salle 614 et en distanciel


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