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Journal of Institutional Economics


 Volume 3, 2007 (3 issues)


Issue 3(1), April 2007

 

Masahiko Aoki, “Endogenizing institutions and institutional change”

 

Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky, “Hayek and Popper on ignorance and intervention”

 

Vladislav Valentinov, “Why are cooperatives important in agriculture? An organizational economics perspective”

 

Davide Consoli, “Services and systemic innovation: A cross-sectoral analysis”

 

Review Article: David A. Reisman, “Economic sociology and institutional economics”

 

Fragment: “The Impossibility of Social Democracy” by Albert E. F. Schäffle (1892)

 


Issue 3(2), August 2007

 

Mark Setterfield, “The rise and decline of incomes policies in the US during the post-war era: an institutional-analytical explanation of inflation and the functional distribution of income”

 

Vincy Fon and Francesco Parisi, “On the optimal specificity of legal rules”

 

Christian Barrère, “Genesis, evolution and crisis of an institution: the protected designation of origin in wine markets”

 

Jan Schnellenbach, “Public entrepreneurship and the economics of reform”

 

Bradley A. Hansen and Mary Eschelbach Hansen, “The role of path dependence in the development of U.S. bankruptcy law, 1880-1938”

Fragment: Ibn Khaldûn on Justice

 


Issue 3(3), December 2007

 

Elinor Ostrom “Challenges and growth: the development of the interdisciplinary field of institutional analysis”

 

Alexander J. Field “Beyond foraging:  behavioral science and the future of institutional economics”

 

Andreas Reinstaller “The division of labour in the firm: agency, near decomposability and the Babbage principle”

 

Christoph Engel and Elke Weber “The impact of institutions on the decision how to decide”

 

Review Article: Philip Mirowski “Naturalizing the market on the road to revisionism: Bruce Caldwell's Hayek's Challenge and the challenge of Hayek interpretation”

 

Interview with Oliver Williamson