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Journal of Institutional Economics


 Volume 12, 2016 (4 issues)


Issue 12(1), March 2016

 

Deirdre Nansen McCloskey, “Max U vs. humanomics: a critique of neo-institutionalism”

 

Avner Greif and Joel Mokyr, “Institutions and economic history: A critique of Professor McCloskey”

 

Guido Tabellini, “Ideas or institutions: a comment”

 

Robert A. Lawson, “Can two observations confirm a theory? A comment on Max U versus Humanomics”

 

Richard N. Langlois, “Institutions for getting out of the way”

 

Deirdre Nansen McCloskey,“The humanities are scientific: A reply to the defenses of economic neo-institutionalism”

 

Bruno Amable, “Institutional complementarities in the dynamic comparative analysis of capitalism”

 

Ilia Murtazashvili and Jennifer Murtazashvili, “The origins of private property rights: states or customary organizations?”

 

Mitja Kovac and Rok Spruk, “Institutional development, transaction costs and economic growth: evidence from a cross-country investigation”

 

Michael Kopsidis and Daniel W. Bromley, “The French Revolution and German industrialization: dubious models and doubtful causality”

 

Jamie Bologna, Donald J. Lacombe, and Andrew T. Young, A spatial analysis of incomes and institutional quality: Evidence from US metropolitan areas”

 

Barbara Dluhosch, “Tit-for-tat in trade policies: nothing but a fest for vested interests?”

 

Claudius Gräbner, “Agent-based computational models – a formal heuristic for institutionalist pattern modelling?”


Issue 12(2), June 2016

 

Randall G. Holcombe and Christopher J. Boudreaux “Market institutions and income inequality”

 

Agnès Labrousse, “Not by technique alone. A methodological comparison of development analysis with Esther Duflo and Elinor Ostrom”

 

Peter Boettke, Jayme Lemke, and Liya Palagashvili, “Re-evaluating community policing in a polycentric system”

 

J. P. Smit, Filip Buekens and Stan du Plessis, “Cigarettes, dollars and bitcoins – an essay on the ontology of money”

 

Bradley Hansen and Mary Hansen, “The historian’s craft and economics”

 

Emily Skarbek “Aid, ethics, and the Samaritan’s dilemma: Strategic courage in constitutional entrepreneurship”

 

Niclas Berggren, Sven-Olov Daunfeldt and Jörgen Hellström, “Does social trust speed up reforms? The case of central-bank independence”

 

Angela Ambrosino, "Heterogeneity and law: toward a cognitive legal theory"

 

Gerhard Wegner, “Defensive modernization in Germany and in the Habsburg Empire – A historical study of capitalist transformation”

 

Olivier Thévenon, “Do ‘institutional complementaries’ foster female labour force participation?”

 


Issue 12(3), September 2016

 

David Gindis, “Legal personhood and the firm: avoiding anthropomorphism and equivocation”

 

Robert Augustus Hardy and Julia R. Norgaard, “Reputation in the Internet black market: An empirical and theoretical analysis of the Deep Web”

 

Rutger Claassen, “Externalities as a basis for regulation: A philosophical view”

 

Erkan Gürpinar, “Institutional complementarities, intellectual property rights and technology in the knowledge economy”

 

Mathias Siems, “Varieties of legal systems: Towards a new global taxonomy”

 

Nabamita Dutta and Claudia R. Williamson, “Can foreign aid free the press?”

 

Dongwoo Yoo and Richard Steckel, “Property rights and economic development: The legacy of Japanese colonial institutions”

 

Karthikeya Naraparaju, “Impediments to contract enforcement in day labour markets: A perspective from India”

 

Malavika Nair, “Caste as self-regulatory club: evidence from a private banking system in nineteenth century India”

 

Matthias Blum and Matthias Strebel, “Max Weber and the First World War: Protestant and Catholic living standards in Germany, 1914-1919”

 

Review Article

Andrew Tylecote, “Institutions matter: but which institutions? And how and why do they change?”

 


 

Issue 12(4), December 2016

 

Ryan Safner, “Institutional entrepreneurship, Wikipedia, and the opportunity of the commons”

 

Daniel L. Bennett and Boris Nikolaev, “Factor endowments, the rule of law and structural inequality”

 

Abhishek Chatterjee, “Financial property rights under colonialism: Some counterfactual possibilities”

 

Viktor Vanberg, “Competitive federalism, government’s dual role, and the power to tax”

 

Eduard Braun, Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky, “Ludwig von Mises's approach to capital as a bridge between Austrian and institutional economics”

 

Ricardo F. Crespo, “Aristotle on agency, habits and institutions”

 

Ryan H. Murphy, “Economic Freedom of North America at state borders”

 

Jessica Clement, “Electoral rule choice in transitional economies”

 

Gregory M. Randolph and James Fetzner, “The impact of regulatory accumulation on U.S. Federal District courts”