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by David L. Weimer

  • ISBN: 0792395034
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  • Author: David L. Weimer
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1995 edition (March 31, 1995)
  • Pages: 187 pages
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Institutional Design. Recent Economic Thought Series. Contributing Authors Preface. Institutional Design: Overview David L. Weimer. 2 The Design of Institutions: An Agency Theory Perspective Jeffrey S. Banks

Institutional Design. Banks. 3 Caveat Emptor: Institutions, Contracts, and Commodity Exchanges in Russia Timothy Frye. 4 The Rational Choice Theory of Institutions: Implications for Design Randall L. Calvert. 5 Conventions and Norms in Institutional Design Patrick Croskery. 6 Institutions for the Settlement of Trade Disputes: The Case of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement Kenneth B. Woodside.

The feasibility and effectiveness of policies depend on the political, economic, and social contexts in which they are embedded

The feasibility and effectiveness of policies depend on the political, economic, and social contexts in which they are embedded. These contexts provide an environment of existing institutions that offer opportunities and barriers to institutional design. A fundamental understanding of institutional design requires theories of institutions and institutional change. With a resurgence of interest in institutions in recent years, there are many possible sources of theory.

Institutional Design. This book helps scholars and policy analysts formulate more effective policy alternatives by a better understanding of institutional design. The feasibility and effectiveness of policies depend on the political, economic, and social contexts in which they are embedded.

Institutional Design book. Institutional Design (Recent Economic Thought). 0792395034 (ISBN13: 9780792395034).

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Its original focus lay in Thorstein Veblen's instinct-oriented dichotomy between technology on the.

Its original focus lay in Thorstein Veblen's instinct-oriented dichotomy between technology on the one side and the "ceremonial" sphere of society on the other.

Institute for New Economic Thinking. It is beginning to look like a science designed to solve problems that no longer exist. ry citizens understand the key issues and basic theories of economics. There is a growing feeling, among those who have the responsibility of managing large economies, that the discipline of economics is no longer fit for purpose.

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Policy scientists have long been concerned with understanding the basic tools, or instruments, that governments can use to accomplish their goals. The initial interest in inductively developing comprehensive lists of generic instruments for policy analysis soon gave way to efforts to discover more parsimonious, but still useful, specifications of the elementary components out of which instruments can be assembled. Moving from a generic instrument to a fully specified policy alternative, however, requires the designer to go much beyond the elementary components. Rather than directly specifying some of these details, the designer may instead set the rules by which they will be specified. The creation of these specifications and rules can be thought of as institutional design. This book helps scholars and policy analysts formulate more effective policy alternatives by a better understanding of institutional design. The feasibility and effectiveness of policies depend on the political, economic, and social contexts in which they are embedded. These contexts provide an environment of existing institutions that offer opportunities and barriers to institutional design. A fundamental understanding of institutional design requires theories of institutions and institutional change. With a resurgence of interest in institutions in recent years, there are many possible sources of theory. The contributors to this volume draw from the variety of sources to identify implications for understanding institutional design.

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