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Journal of Institutional Economics

 Volume 15, 2019 (6 issues)

Issue 15(1), February 2019 (forthcoming)

Cyril Hédoin, “Institutions, rule-following and conditional reasoning”


Brendan Markey-Towler, “The competition and evolution of ideas in the public sphere: a new foundation for institutional theory”


Jon D. Wisman, “The Darwinian dynamic of sexual selection that Thorstein Veblen missed and its relevance to institutional economics".


Symposium on the Empirics of Judicial Institutions


Alain Marciano and Giovanni Battista Ramello “Introduction to the symposium on the empirics of judicial institutions”


Giovanni Battista Ramello, Alain Marciano, Allesandro MelcarneandThe economic importance of judicial institutions, their performance and the proper way to measure them”


Stefan Voigt and Alexander J. Wulf, “What makes prosecutors independent? Analyzing the institutional determinants of prosecutorial independence”


Giuseppe Di Vita, Fabio Di Vita and Gianluca Cafiso, “The economic impact of legislation and litigation on growth: a historical analysis of Italy from its unification to World War II.”


Michael Berlemann and Robin Christmann, “Determinants of in-court settlements: empirical evidence from a German trial court”


Luciana L. Yeung, “Bias, Insecurity and the level of trust in the judiciary: the case of Brazil”


Issue 15(2), April 2019 (forthcoming)


William J. Luther, “Getting off the ground: the case of Bitcoin”


Geoffrey M. Hodgson, “Taxonomic definitions in social science, with firms, markets and institutions as case studies”


Filippo Belloc, “Institutional complementarities between labour laws and innovation”


Klarita Gërxhani and Jacqueline Van Breemen, “Social values and institutional change: An experimental study”


Ashutosh Sarker and William Blomquist, “Addressing misperceptions of Governing the Commons


Daniel J. D’Amico and Claudia Williamson, “The punitive consequences of organizational structures in England, France and the United States”


George Tridimas, “The failure of ancient Greek growth: institutions, culture and energy cost”


Roberto Ricciuti Antonio Savoia and Kunal Sen, “How do political institutions affect fiscal capacity? Explaining taxation in developing economies”