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Опубликовано на портале: 30-08-2003
John Drobak, John Nye
San Diego: Academic Press, 1997
The Frontiers of the New Institutional Economics presents new essays written specifically for this volume. These essays provide an introduction to the nature and practice of the New Institutional Economics, with a special emphasis on economic history and political economy. Among the contributors are Nobel Prize winners Douglass North and Robert Fogel.
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Опубликовано на портале: 01-09-2003
Douglass C. North
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990
An analytical framework for explaining the ways in which institutions and institutional change affect the performance of economies is developed in this analysis of economic structures.
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Опубликовано на портале: 12-11-2007
Douglass C. North
Изд-во: Princeton University Press, 2005, cерия "Princeton Economic History of the Western World", 2208 с.
In this landmark work, a Nobel Prize-winning economist develops a new way of understanding the process by which economies change. Douglass North inspired a revolution in economic history a generation ago by demonstrating that economic performance is determined largely by the kind and quality of institutions that support markets. As he showed in two now classic books that inspired the New Institutional Economics (today a subfield of economics), property rights and transaction costs are fundamental determinants. Here, North explains how different societies arrive at the institutional infrastructure that greatly determines their economic trajectories. North argues that economic change depends largely on "adaptive efficiency," a society's effectiveness in creating institutions that are productive, stable, fair, and broadly accepted--and, importantly, flexible enough to be changed or replaced in response to political and economic feedback. While adhering to his earlier definition of institutions as the formal and informal rules that constrain human economic behavior, he extends his analysis to explore the deeper determinants of how these rules evolve and how economies change. Drawing on recent work by psychologists, he identifies intentionality as the crucial variable and proceeds to demonstrate how intentionality emerges as the product of social learning and how it then shapes the economy's institutional foundations and thus its capacity to adapt to changing circumstances. Understanding the Process of Economic Change accounts not only for past institutional change but also for the diverse performance of present-day economies. This major work is therefore also an essential guide to improving the performance of developing countries.
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Опубликовано на портале: 22-09-2003
Douglass C. North, Lee J. Alston, Thrainn Eggertsson
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996, 375 с.
Empirical Studies in Institutional Change is a collection of nine empirical studies by fourteen scholars. Dealing with issues ranging from the evolution of secure markets in seventeenth-century England to the origins of property rights in airport slots in modern America, the contributors analyze institutions and institutional change in various parts of the world and at various periods of time. The volume is a contribution to the new economics of institutions, which emphasises the role of transaction costs and property rights in shaping incentives and results in the economic arena.
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Опубликовано на портале: 22-09-2003
Douglass C. North, Robert Paul Thomas
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976, 179 с.
A radically new interpretation, offering a unified explanation for the growth of Western Europe between 900 A. D. and 1700, provides a general theoretical framework for institutional change geared to the general reader.
North and Thomas seek to explain the "rise of the Western world" by illuminating the causal importance of an efficient economic organization that guarantees a wide latitude of property rights and both incentives and protection for economic growth. Although they pay homage to both Marxian and neoliberal theory, they take a theoretical middle ground that privileges the sociopolitical backdrop of economic affairs (as opposed to solely private or class-based activity) and in doing so identifies the roots of modernization as far back as the 10th Century. To justify the novelty and originality of this approach, they write that most analysts have misidentified the symptoms of modern economic growth (technological change, human capital, economies of scale) as the causes. In doing so, previous scholars have failed to answer the question "if all that is required for economic growth is investment and innovation, why have some societies missed this desirable outcome?" (2). Their answer is that some societies (England and the Netherlands) were better than others (France and Spain) at providing an efficient economic organization that could guarantee conditions favorable to per capita economic growth among a rapidly growing population.
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Опубликовано на портале: 20-05-2004
Douglass Sesil Nourt
Перев.: Андрей Николаевич Нестеренко (ориг.: Русский)
Москва: Фонд экономической книги "Начала", 1997, cерия "Современная институционально-эволюционная теория", 180 с.
Книга Дугласа Норта, лауреата Нобелевской премии по экономике 1993 года, выдержавшая как минимум 9 изданий на английском языке, является одной из основополагающих работ в области институционально-эволюционной теории. Здесь рассматривается роль институтов (законов, соглашений, кодексов поведения и т.п.) в социально-экономическом развитии. Особую ценность для российского читателя имеет анализ влияния четко определенных и защищенных прав собственности на эффективный экономический рост, а также зависимости развития экономики от исторически сложившейся институциональной системы. На русском языке публикуется впервые в переводе А. Н. Нестеренко под редакцией Б. З. Мильнера.
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