2009 Nobel Prize Laureate for economics
One of the most influential economists of our time, Oliver E. Williamson is internationally renowned for his theories concerning organizational models and conflict resolution.
Oliver Williamson's videos
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About Oliver Williamson
Awarded the Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences in 2009, he is currently the Edgar F. Kaiser Professor Emeritus of Business, Economics and Law at the University of California in Berkeley.
- Awarded the 2009 Nobel Memorial Prize for Economic Sciences
- Professor at the University of California, Berkeley
- Edgar F. Kaiser Professor Emeritus at the Haas School of Business
Insightful, engaging and informative, Williamson demonstrates his world renowned level of economic knowledge and his understanding of how this influences markets and organization.
Oliver Williamson's 2022 talks & topics
Opening the Black Box of Firm and Market Organization: Antitrust
A Unified Interpretation of Corporate Governance and Corporate Finance - Through the Lens of Contract / Governance
Confusions over Corporate Governance in Practice
Lessons from the Derivatives Fiasco in the Late 1990s: What’s Going on Here? vs This is the Law Here!
The Contractual Approach to Economic Organization, General
Aggregation and Systems Considerations
Debt and Equity as both Modes of Finance and Modes of Governance
Oliver Williamson's 2022 speaking fees
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