3.2.6 Οι Τύποι των Θεσμών

Βιβλιογραφία

Acemoglu D., Robinson J. (2012) Why Nations Fail, Crown Business.

Casson M.C., Della Giusta M., Kambhampati U.S. (2010) Formal and Informal Institutions and Development, World Development, Elsevier, vol. 38(2), pages 137-141, February.

Evans P. (1989) Predatory, Developmental and Other Apparatuses: A Comparative Political Economy Perspective on the Third World State, Sociological Forum, 4(4): 561-587.

North D.C. (1991) Institutions, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 5(1): 97–112.

Petrakis P.E. (2011) The Greek Economy and the Crisis, Challenges and Responses, New York and Heidelberg: Springer, ISBN 978-3-642-21174-4.

Shleifer A., Vishny R.W. (1994) Privatization in Russia: First Steps, in Blanchard O.J., Froot K.R. and Sachs J.D., eds., The Transition in Eastern Europe II (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), pp.137-64.

 

Further Reading List

Acemoglu D. (2003) Root Causes, A historical approach to assessing the role of institutions in economic development, Finance & Development.

Acemoglu D., Johnson S., Robinson J. (2004) Institutions as the Fundamental Cause of Long-run Growth, National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper 10481.

Acemoglu D., Johnson S., Robinson J., Thaicharoen Y. (2003) Institutional causes, macroeconomic symptoms: volatility, crises and growth, Journal of Monetary Economics, 50, 49–123.

Akçay E., Roughgarden J., Fearon J.D, Ferejohn J., Weingast B. (2011) Biological institutions: The political science of animal cooperation, Stanford University.

Aron J. (2000) Growth and Institutions: A Review of the Evidence, World Bank Research Observer, 15(1), pp. 99-135.

Boubakri N., Mansi S., Saffar W. (2013) Political institutions, connectedness, and corporate risk-taking, Journal of International Business Studies, 44, pp. 195-215.

De Haan J. (2007) Political institutions and economic growth reconsidered, Presidential address for the European Public Choice Society conference, Turku, Public Choice, 131. pp. 281-292.

Farrell H., Newman A.L. (2010) Making Global Markets: Historical Institutionalism in International Political Economy, Review of International Political Economy, 17(4).

Feld L.P., Schnellenbach J. (2013) Political Institutions and Income (Re-)Distribution: Evidence from Developed Economies, CESIFO Working Paper No. 4382-Category 2: Public Choice.

Flachaire E., García-Peñalosa C., Konte M. (2013) Political versus economic institutions in the growth process, Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 42(1):212–229.

Gaviria A. (2001) Endogenous institutions: the importance of history, Lecturas de economía- Medellín, ISSN 0120-2596, ZDB-ID 8759510, p. 135-148.

Massimo E. (2015) Schumpeter’s picture of economic and political institutions in the light of a cognitive approach to human behavior, J Evol Econ, DOI 10.1007/s00191-015-0421-9.

McCloskey D. (2010) The Institution of Douglass North, MPRA Paper No. 21768.

Michalopoulos S., Papaioannou E. (2013) National institutions and subnational development in Africa, VoxEu.org.

Rodrik D., Subramanian A. (2003) The Primacy of Institutions (and what this does and does not mean), The development economics reader, London [u.a.]: Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-77157-3, p. 79-85.

Skocpol T., Pierson P. (2002) Historical Institutionalism in Contemporary Political Science, In: Katznelson I, Milner HV Political Science: State of the Discipline. New York: W.W. Norton, pp. 693-721.

Thorsten B. (2010) Legal Institutions and Economic Development, No. 2010–94, ISSN 0924-7815, Tilburg University.

Tsai K.S. (2014) Informal Institutions and Historical Institutionalism, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington D.C.