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Article

Rossi, Enrico (2015) The institutional structure of production revisited. Journal of Institutional Economics, 11 (02). pp. 301-327. ISSN 1744-1374

Monograph

Rossi, Enrico (2020) Reconsidering the dual nature of property rights: personal property and capital in the law and economics of property rights. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Rossi, Enrico and Sørensen, Carsten (2019) Towards a theory of digital network de/centralization: platform-infrastructure lessons drawn from blockchain. . SSRN.

Conference or Workshop Item

Rossi, Enrico (2017) The nature and significance of ownership in economic science. In: Institutions, Development & Globalization, Second WINIR Conference, 2015-09-10 - 2015-09-13, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Submitted)

Elaluf-Calderwood, Silvia, Liebenau, Jonathan and Rossi, Enrico (2017) Changing markets in operating systems: a socioeconomic analysis. In: 28th European Regional Conference of the International Telecommunications Society, 2017-07-30 - 2017-08-02, Passau, Germany.

Rossi, Enrico and Liebenau, Jonathan (2015) Endogenizing “subjective marginal costs” in welfare economics and regulation’. In: CITI Workshop, Columbia University, 2015-04-17, New York, United States. (Submitted)

Rossi, Enrico (2014) The Austrian origins of New-Institutional Economics: the fundamental role of antitrust law and regulation of natural monopolies for the development of the theory of the firm. In: European School on New Institutional Economics, 2014-05-19 - 2014-05-23. (Submitted)

Rossi, Enrico (2013) Opportunity, opportunism and opportunity costs: a neo-institutional interpretation of endogenous market structure in dynamic industries. In: Second International GROE Workshop, 2013-09-20 - 2013-09-21. (Submitted)

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