To help you find your way around the dense and expanding materials of this website, here are some tips for navigating.
The website now includes over 300 pages and over half a million words.
Building it from its start in the year 2000 to its present size - one page at a time - is continually exhilarating and challenging. Happy exploring!
1. Where can I find scholars who are doing research in a given field?
Go to the professional profiles of our workshop alumni. Click on the headings to sort by name, field, research specialization, affiliation, location, etc. (This is an expanding resource designed for use inside and outside our immediate network.)
2. Is someone an alumnus of the Coase Institute?
Find out by perusing the official directory which lists all workshop alumni.
3. Where can I find out more about the workshops, how they are conducted, and participants’ assessments of them?
Go to About the Workshops and follow links to the topics that interest you.
4. How can I find out when a new workshop is being offered?
What’s New announces new workshops immediately and provides details
about any that are accepting applications.
5. Where do I find details of a particular past workshop?
The Archives page lists all past workshops, with direct links to their programs, abstracts, faculty, participants, and photos.
6. What types of abstracts were chosen for previous workshops?
Starting at the Archives page, follow the links to the abstracts of some recent workshops. View the abstracts that were selected for those events.
7. How do I find out who from my country has attended an earlier workshop?
The official directory lists the country of citizenship for all alumni. Or for alumni who have provided their professional details, go to the professional profiles and sort the database by citizenship.
8. How can I suggest a venue for a future workshop?
Contact us at the Coase Institute, or contact Mary Shirley or Alexandra Benham.
9. Where can I learn more about Ronald Coase and his work?
Go to About Ronald Coase and follow the links there to his publications, CV, selected speeches, an acclaimed collection of online materials, and more.
10. How can I find out more about New Institutional Analysis?
About New Institutional Analysis provides links to a core NIE glossary (also in Chinese and Arabic versions), translations of key terms into several languages, reading lists, and many other resources.
11. Where can I see what the Coase Institute has been doing recently?
Visit the recent activities page.
12. How can I contribute to the Coase institute?
Go here for information on how to make a donation directly or through AmazonSmile.
13. Which universities and organizations have co-sponsored workshops?
See the list of official co-sponsors of workshops and conferences.
14. What does the logo of the Coase Institute stand for?
Read about our logo and pin.
15. Where can I find information about current conferences and job listings related to institutional fields?
See the bulletin board listings.
16. Where can I find videos that are posted or linked on this website?
Go to the video finder.
17. Where else can I search for topics not mentioned here?
Try the search box at the top right of every page. Enter the term of interest and then click, to obtain a Google custom search of the website.
Also, explore our site map!
About the Institute
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Officers and Board: Images (PDF)
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