The New Institutional Economics and Third World Development
Psychology Press, 1995 - 360 pages
Recoge: 1.Introducction: development and significance of NIE - 2.The new institutional economics and third world development 3.Social dilemmas and rational individuals: an assessment of the new institutionalism - 4.The new institutional economics and its implications for development theory - 5.State failure in weak states: a critique of new institutionalist explanations - 6.Maps and ladscapes of grain markets in South Asia - 7.Institutional theories and structural adjustment in Africa - 8.The role of the state: the case of Egypt - 9.Cocoa plantations in the third world, 1870s -1914: the political economy of inefficiency - 10.Productivity and power: institutional structures and agricultural performance in India and Cina, 1900-50 - 11.State intervention in the brazilian coffee trade during the q920s: a case study for new institutional - 12.Institutional theory and social change in uganda - 13.The world bank and the analysis of the international debt crisis - 14.The politics of money in mid-nineteenth-century Argentina - 15.Political factors shaping the role of foreign finance: the case of Greece, 1832-1932 - 16.Regulatory regimes, capital markets and industrial development: a comparative study of Brazil, Mexico and the United States of America, 1840-1930 - 17.The state and the economy in Indonesia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - 18.Explaning the economic and political successes of rawlings: the strengths and limitations of public choice theories.
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INTRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT AND SIGNIFICANCE OF NIE
THE NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS AND THIRD WORLD DEVELOPMENT
SOCIAL DILEMMAS AND RATIONAL INDIVIDUALS AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NEW INSTITUTIONALISM
THE NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT THEORY
STATE FAILURE IN WEAK STATES A CRITIQUE OF NEW INSTITUTIONALIST EXPLANATIONS
MAPS AND LANDSCAPES OF GRAIN MARKETS IN SOUTH ASIA
INSTITUTIONAL THEORIES AND STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT IN AFRICA
THE ROLE OF THE STATE THE CASE OF EGYPT
INSTITUTIONAL THEORY AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN UGANDA
THE WORLD BANK AND THE ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL DEBT CRISIS
THE POLITICS OF MONEY IN MIDNINETEENTHCENTURY ARGENTINA
POLITICAL FACTORS SHAPING THE ROLE OF FOREIGN FINANCE THE CASE OF GREECE 18321932
REGULATORY REGIMES CAPITAL MARKETS AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BRAZIL MEXICO AND ...
THE STATE AND THE ECONOMY IN INDONESIA IN THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES
EXPLAINING THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SUCCESSES OF RAWLINGS THE STRENGTHS AND LIMITATIONS OF PUBLIC CHOICE ...
COCOA PLANTATIONS IN THE THIRD WORLD 1870s1914 THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INEFFICIENCY
PRODUCTIVITY AND POWER INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURES AND AGRICULTURAL PERFORMANCE IN INDIA AND CHINA 190050
STATE INTERVENTION IN THE BRAZILIAN COFFEE TRADE DURING THE 1920s A CASE STUDY FOR NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMI...
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