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Douglass C. North Economics Working Paper Archive at WUSTL. 1993. 
North outlines five propositions about institutional change and explains its meanings. He lays out a specific agenda for the study of institutions that is different from game theoretic or spatial political modeling of institutions. The focus is a transaction cost approach to institutions and a cognitive science approach to "rational" choice. While the former--the transaction cost approach--is at least partly complementary to game theoretic approaches, the latter suggests a distinct departure from much of the current rational choice theory.
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Path Dependence [статья]
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Stan J. Liebowitz, Stephen E. Margolis Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. 1999. 
What role does the past play in current economic conditions? Economic models usually determine equilibrium ending points without concern for intermediate disequilibrium conditions or the prior history of the system. That the past does play some role is obvious, but the nature of its impact requires careful delineation. Some path dependence theorists have argued that past decisions might have locked-in certain inferior outcomes. In making sense of this claim particular attention needs to be paid to the meaning of inferior. Upon investigation, such claims have been found to be without empirical support (in private markets) and based on fairly narrow theoretical assumptions. In nonmarket contexts less is known.
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Stefan Voigt, Hella Engerer SSRN Working Papers. 2001. 
Paper presents a short overview of the New Institutional Economics. It is not intended to be a complete survey of the field but an extract that concentrates on the specific arguments made here that are in contrast with the assumptions commonly made in mainstream theory. Since the aim of this paper is to come up with policy implications, specific assumptions will be emphasized only if they might become crucial for policy implications. The results of some empirical studies are presented after having dealt with some of the methodological problems. One of the parts focuses on the NIE in the context of the transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe.
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A. Mitchell Polinsky, Steven Shavell Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. 1999. 
This chapter discusses the theory of the public enforcement of law - the use of public agents (inspectors, tax auditors, police, prosecutors) to detect and to sanction violators of legal rules. Authors first present the basic elements of the theory, focusing on the probability of imposition of sanctions, the magnitude and form of sanctions, and the rule of liability. Then they examine a variety of extensions of the central theory, including accidental harms, costs of imposing fines, mistake, marginal deterrence, settlement, self-reporting, repeat offenses and incapacitation.
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Avner Greif SSRN Working Papers. 1997.  No. 9712104.
This paper examines the extent to which common knowledge regarding social structure impact the set of feasible institutions and thereby the scope of inter-community, impersonal market exchange. When this extent is large, economic agents can condition their actions on ones social affiliation thereby enabling the operation of an institution taking advantage of intra-community, personal contract enforcement to support inter-community, impersonal exchange. This argument is embedded in a historical study of contract enforcement institution that supported inter-community, impersonal exchange in pre-modern Europe. The papers game theoretical and historical analysis indicates the importance of a particular institution the Community Responsibility System in supporting inter-community, impersonal exchange from as early as the twelfth century despite the lack of appropriate legal contract enforceability provided by the state. Thus, the analysis suggests the deficiency of the common view in economic history that in pre-modern Europe impersonal exchange were not conducted before the emerging states established the appropriate legal system. By the thirteenth century, however, various communities attempted to abolish the Community Responsibility System and substitute it with legal contract enforcement provided by the state. Social processes that impact the extent to which social structure is common knowledge, communities size, intra-community heterogeneity, and inter community mobility were important contributors to this transition
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Avner Greif SSRN Working Papers. 1996.  No. 9611132.
This paper discusses the three approaches within economic history that utilizes micro-economic theory to examine institutions, their nature, change, and efficiency: the Neo-classical Economics approach, the New Institutional Economic History approach, and Historical Institutional Analysis approach. The focus is on methodology and general results rather than on any specific conclusions regarding institutions in particular historical episodes. Most of the survey is devoted to elaborate on the recent development of Historical Institutional Analysis.
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Douglass C. North Economics Working Paper Archive at WUSTL. 1994. 
This essay elaborates, extends and modifies a "Neo-Classical Theory of the State" (North, 1981, Ch. 3) in three directions: 1. it incorporates time into the model; 2. it is explicitly concerned with the perceptions- -the belief systems--that determine choices; and 3. it relates the belief systems to the external environment of the players; both the past environmental experiences that are incorporated in cultural conditioning and the present environmental experiences incorporated in "local learning".
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Steven G. Medema, Nicholas Mercuro, Warren J. Samuels Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. 1999. 
From its beginnings in the late nineteenth century, institutional economics has been concerned with the analysis of the interrelations between legal and economic processes. The institutional approach to law and economics examines both the influence of economy upon law and legal reasoning and the influence of law and legal change upon economic activity and performance. This essay examines the central tenants of institutional law and economics, dating from the early work of individuals such as Robert Lee Hale and John R. Commons and through its modern manifestations. As such, it emphasizes the evolutionary nature of law and economy, the tension between continuity and change, the problem of order, the reciprocal nature of legal-economic problems and the attendant dual nature of rights, the problematic nature of efficiency, and the need for a comparative institutional approach to the practice of law and economics. By recognizing the multiplicity of potential solutions to legal-economic problems and the underlying value premises attending each, the comparative institutional approach to law and economics attempts to flesh out both what is actually going on within the legal-economic nexus and the alternative possibilities open to society within the legal-economic decision-making process.
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Arthur T. Denzau, Douglass C. North Economics Working Paper Archive at WUSTL. 1993. 
Denzau and North argue that ideas matter, and that the way that ideas are communicated among people is crucial to building useful theories that will enable us to deal with strong uncertainty problems at the individual level. Under conditions of uncertainty, individuals' interpretation of their environment will reflect the learning that they have undergone. Individuals with common cultural backgrounds and experiences will share reasonably convergent mental models, ideologies and institutions and individuals with different learning experiences (both cultural and environmental) will have different theories (models, ideologies) to interpret that environment. It is the argument of this essay that in order to understand decision making under such conditions of uncertainty we must understand the relationship between the mental models that individuals construct to make sense out of the world around them, the ideologies that evolve from such constructions, and the institutions that develop in a society to order interpersonal relationships.
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Thomas J. Miceli, Lanse P. Minkler University of Connecticut, Department of Economics Working Paper. 1997.  No. 1997-06.
Miceli and Minkler examine the link between social institutions and individuals' propensity to cooperate in a simple game theoretic framework. They transform the usual prisoner's dilemma game over material payoffs into one with utility payoffs by including non-material preferences. By introducing a continuum of types, three distinct behaviors (not otherwise imposed) emerge: 1) pure defection, (2) pure cooperation, and (3) behavior contingent on expected partner behavior. All three behaviors emerge in equilibrium and in a static analysis. As such it represents a synthesis of previous, disparate efforts. Exogenous social policy can affect cooperation rates by changing the size of the three groups exhibiting these behaviors if preferences are endogenous. Repeated play results in "switching" behavior, where formerly cooperative players now defect (i.e., become cynical), and former defectors cooperate (reform). This behavior suggests further roles for institutions. Finally, continuing the effort to analyze community, they add the possibility of interaction with a new "low cost" player who, it is known, does not make social investments.
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Douglass C. North Economics Working Paper Archive at WUSTL. 1994. 
The performance of an economy is a function of both the institutions and technology developed in a society but the literature on productivity is devoid of any discussion of the institutional foundations of the economy. Instead that literature and the growth accounting quantitative foundations of that analysis focus on the significance of the capital stock, technology, R&D, and savings in the rate of growth of productivity. The new growth economics literature equally equates growth with human capital investment, physical capital, savings and sometimes as a negative function of population growth. The argument of this essay is that productivity increases result from both improvements in human organization and from technological developments.
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Douglass C. North Economics Working Paper Archive at WUSTL. 1994. 
A theory of institutional change is essential for further progress in the social sciences in general and economics in particular, because neo-classical theory (and other theories in the social scientist's tool bag) at present cannot satisfactorily account for the very diverse performance of societies and economies both at a moment of time and over time. North sketches out a framework for analyzing institutions. This framework builds on the economic theory of choice subject to constraints. However it incorporates new assumptions about both the constraints that individuals face and the process by which they make choices within those constraints. Among the traditional neoclassical assumptions that are relaxed are those of costless exchange, perfect information, and unlimited cognitive capabilities. Too many gaps still remain in our understanding of this new approach to call it a theory. North presents a set of definitions, principles, and a structure, which provide much of the scaffolding necessary to develop a theory of institutional change.
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Property Rights [статья]
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Armen A. Alchian Concise Encyclopedia of Economics. 2002. 
One of the most fundamental requirements of a capitalist economic systemand one of the most misunderstood conceptsis a strong system of property rights. The definition, allocation, and protection of property rights is one of the most complex and difficult set of issues that any society has to resolve, but it is one that must be resolved in some fashion. In this essay different aspects of private property rights system discuss.
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