No, not that one. It's the economics Nobel awarded to Oliver Williamson and Elinor Ostrom. I don't know Ostrom's work first hand, but Williamson's bridges between Coase's concept of transaction costs and an analysis of the various ways of organizing economics activity through markets, contracting and firms. The guys at Marginal Revolution have a more complete take on his work. For many years, Williamson's Economic Institutions of Capitalism has been my go-to reference to stimulate thinking about economic reorganizations precipitated by the net and other technology innovations. (Copyright 1985, so it's safely pre-net, forcing you to think it through yourself.) So I'm glad to see the good professor get his recognition, and I will hoist a drink in his honor this evening.