An Advanced Introduction to New Institutional Economics (co-authored with Mary Shirley). Edward Elgar Pub, 2022

Network Infrastructures: Technology meets Institutions (co-authored with Rolf Kunneke and John Groenewegen). Cambridge Universiy press, 2021

A Research Agenda for New Institutional Economics (co-edited with Mary Shirley), Edward Elgar Pub. 2018. Paperback: 2019

The Elgar Companion to Ronald H. Coase (co-edited with Elodie Bertrand). Edward Elgar Pub., 2016

Public Procurement Reforms in Africa. Challenges in Institutions and Governance. (co-authored with Christine Leon De Mariz and Bernard Abeillé). Oxfrod University Press, 2014

Economia das Organizações: Formas Plural e Desafios. (English version: Challenges to Economic Organization: Plural Forms). Co-editor and contributor (with Sylvia Saes, Vivian Lara and Emmanuel Raynaud). São Paulo: Atlas Ed. 2014.

L'économie des organisations.  1st edition : 1990. 2nd edition entirely revised: 2004. 3rd edition entirely revised: 2012. Paris : La Découverte. Translations in Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese. (Several Reprints).

Regulation, Deregulation, Reregulation. Co-editor (and contributor) with M. Ghertman, Cheltenham: E. Elgar Pub., 2009. Paperback: 2010

Handbook of New Institutional Economics. Co-editor (and contributor) with M. Shirley. Boston-New York-Berlin-Dordrecht: Springer. 890 pages. 2008: Paperback edition; 2005: Hardcover edition

The International Library of New Institutional Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publisher. 7 volumes. 2004

Vol. 1: The Foundations of the New Institutional Economics (xxv + 526 p.)

Vol. 2: Transaction Costs and Property Rights (xxiii + 592 p.)

Vol. 3: Contracts in the New Institutional Economics (xxiii + 584 p.)

Vol. 4: Modes of Organization in the New Institutional Economics (xxii +

536 p.)

                             Vol. 5: Institutional Dimensions of the Modern Corporation (xxvi + 666 p.)

                             Vol. 6: The Political Economy of Economic Institutions (xxv + 583 p.)

Vol. 7: Controversies and Challenges in the New Institutional Economics (xxvii + 589 p.)

Problems of Price and Tarif Regulation of Natural Monopoly Services : The Case of Federal Airports. (with  V.E. Brusilovsky, L.E. Grigoriev and A.E. Shastitko)  In Russian. Moscow : Bureau of Economic Analysis. 240 pages. 2001

Institutions, Contracts and Organizations. Perspectives from New Institutional Economics. Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar Pub. (Editor and contributor). 2000. Paperback, 2001

Transaction Cost Economics: Recent  Developments. (Editor, with contribution) Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Co. 1997. Second printing: 1998. Chinese edition, 2002.

La Economia de las Organizaciones. Bogota (Columbia): Norma ed. 1996

La Formation d'une rationalité économique. Paris: Flammarion. 336 pages. 1978. (Italian translation, 1986)


              ONGOING PROJECT:  The New Economics of Organization. Under contract Cambridge University Press

B: ARTICLES (selection among the most recent ones):


a: Hybrids: Where are we? Journal of Institutional Economics. Forthcoming (available online)

b: (with Ivan Shabalov and Andrey Shastitko). Institutions at the rescue: Untangling industrial fragmentation, institutional misalinmengt, and political constraints in the Russian gas pipeline industry. Energy Research and Social Sciences, 80


a: (with A. Kurdin and A. Shastitko); " Out by the Door, in through the Window. Politics and Natural Gas Regulation in Russia." Utilities Policy. June (available online since March

b: (with Wytse Vellema). "Inclusive Business Models in Agrifood Value Chains: What Safeguards for Whom?" Journal of African Business, 21 (3): 395-415


(with Sandro Cabral). "Managing Critical Services through Hybrid Arrangelents." RAUSP Management Journal, 54 (3): 337-356


a: « Organization and governance in the agri-food sector: How can we capture their variety?” Agribusiness: An International Journal. 34: 141–160.

b: “Research Frontiers in New Institutional Economics.” Revista de Administração // Management Journal, Elsevier 53 (1):  3-10.

c: (with Alejandro Jimenez and Hakan Tropp). “Addressing the policy-implementation gaps in water services: the key role of meso-institutions.Water International, 43 (1): 13-33.

d:(with Paula Schnaider and Sylvia Saes). "Heterogeneity of Plural Forms: a Revised Transaction Cost Approach." Managerial and Decision Economics, 39: 652-663

e: (with Andrey Shastitko and Natalia Pavlova). "The curse of antitrust facing bilateral monopoly: is regulation hopeless?" Russian Journal of Economics, 4: 175-196.


a: “Meso-institutions: The variety of Regulatory Arrangements in the Water Sector.” Utilities Policy, 49: 6-19

b: "The many challenges of Unfair Trading Practices in food supply chain systems."in Unfair trading practices in food supply chain. European Commission-Joint Research Centre. Luxemburg: Publications of the European Union: 71-93


a: “Ronald H. Coase and the Economics of Network Infrastructure”. In C. Menard and E. Bertrand (eds.), The Elgar Companion to Ronald H. Coase. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing: 187-202.

b: (with Annie Royer and Daniel-Mercier Gouin) “Reassessing Marketing Boards as Hybrid Arrangements: Evidence from Canadian Experiences.” Agricultural Economics, 47 (1): 105-116


(with Mary Shirley and Ning Wang) “Ronald Coase’s Impact on Economics.” Journal of Institutional Economics. 11 (2): 227-244


a:  “Embedding Organizational Arrangements: Towards a General Model.” Journal of Institutional  Economics. 10 (4): 567-589

b: (with Mary Shirley) “The Future of New Institutional Economics: From Early Intuitions to a New Paradigm?” Journal of Institutional Economics, 10 (4): 541-565

c: (with Mary Shirley) “The Contribution of Douglass North to New Institutional Economics”. In: Institutions, Property Rights and Economic Growth: The Legacy of Douglass North. S. Galiani and I. Sened (eds.), New York: Cambridge University Press. Chap. 1: 11-29


a: “Hybrid Modes of Organization. Alliances, Joint Ventures, Networks, and Other ‘Strange’ Animals”. In R. Gibbons and J. Roberts, The Handbook of Organizational Economics, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Chapter 26: 1066-1108.

b: “Plural forms of organizations: Where do we stand?”  Managerial and Decision Economics, 34 (3-5): 124-139. Trad. Portuguese, (“Formas Plurais de Organização: Onde Estamos?”. In Menard. C et al., (2014)

c: “Is Public-Private Partnership Obsolete”?, in Piet de Vries and  Etienne B. Yehoue, The Routledge Companion to Public-Private Partnerships, London, Routledge. Chap. 7: 149-174 

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