AEA Papers on Organizations, Institutions, and Entrepreneurship

7 January 2011 at 8:59 pm 3 comments

| Peter Klein |

O&M readers attending the American Economic Association annual meeting in Denver may find these papers of particular interest:

Industrial Policy, Entrepreneurship, and Growth
PHILIPPE AGHION (Harvard University)

Does Management Matter: Evidence from India
NICHOLAS BLOOM (Stanford University)
BENN EIFERT (University of California-Berkeley)
APRAJIT MAHAJAN (Stanford University)
JOHN ROBERTS (Stanford University)

Efficiency and Adaptation in Organizations and Institutions
PETER G. KLEIN (University of Missouri-Columbia)
JOSEPH T. MAHONEY (University of Illinois)
ANITA M. MCGAHAN (University of Toronto)
CHRISTOS N. PITELIS (University of Cambridge)

The Coevolution of Culture and Institutions in Seventeenth Century England
PETER MURRELL (University of Maryland)

Institutions and Entrepreneurial Opportunities: A New Approach
NICOLAI J. FOSS (Copenhagen Business School)
CHRISTIAN BJORNSKOV (University of Aarhus)
PETER G. KLEIN (University of Missouri-Columbia)

The Importance of Being Nice: Supervisory Skills Training in the Cambodian Garment Industry
ANTOINETTE SCHOAR (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Management, Capital and Firm Organization among Small-Scale Enterprises in Ghana
DEAN KARLAN (Yale University)
CHRIS UDRY (Yale University)

Networks and Transaction Costs
CHRISTIAN HENNING (University of Kiel)
ARNE HENNINGSEN (University of Copenhagen)

Corporate Governance and Internal Capital Markets
ZACHARIAS SAUTNER (University of Amsterdam)
BELEN VILLALONGA (Harvard Business School)

Entrepreneurs and Cities: Complexity, Thickness and Balance
ROBERT HELSLEY (University of California-Berkeley)
WILLIAM STRANGE (University of Toronto)

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Randy  |  8 January 2011 at 12:15 pm

    You sure this was an AEA meeting and not AoM?

  • 2. David Hoopes  |  9 January 2011 at 12:20 am

    Haven’t gone to AEA in ages (nor any conference I guess). Maybe I’ll go to AEA next year. Where is it?

  • 3. Peter Klein  |  9 January 2011 at 2:09 am

    Chicago, I think. Nothing like those warm-weather cities in January. Of course, the AoM chose San Antonio in August….

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