Institutions govern economic processes. Examples of economic institutions are norms, laws and markets.
Major contributor to Institutional Economics and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics 1993 (with Robert Fogel).
Winner Nobel Prize in economics 1978 mainly for research on decision making in organizations.
Major contributor to Economic History (Cliometrics) and Institutional Economics. Winner of the Nobel Prize in economics 1993 (with Douglass C. North).
Major contributor to Institutional Economics by his work on theory of property rights. Winner of Nobel Prize in economics 1991.
Nobel lecture and curriculum vitae.
Papers and other materials on the social use of lotteries in non-market distribution, by a researcher at the University of Swansea.
Papers, comments, links and article archive by Stephen Kirchner.
Profile, resources and membership.
Bonn, Germany. Works on integrating law, political science and economics. List of scholars, publications, research and teaching programs.
US research institute specialized in new institutional economics. Working papers, information about Coase, multi-lingual glossary, reading list.
Resources on the economics of social capital. Reading lists, paper reviews, news and events.
The Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics JITE provides a forum for research results.
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