The impact of the institutional environment on agrarian sustainability in Bulgaria
Hrabrin Bachev ()
Economic Thought journal, 2018, issue 4, 3-32, 33-60
The specific system of governance is a critical factor, which to a great extent (pre)determines the type and speed of development in different countries, industries, regions, communities, etc. This article applies the New Institutional Economics framework (which is interdisciplinary and combines Economics, Organization, Sociology, Law, Political and Behavioral Sciences) and assesses the specific effects of the major components of the “external” institutional environment on the agrarian sustainability level in Bulgaria in different administrative, geographical and ecological regions, subsectors of agriculture and farms of various juridical type and size.
JEL-codes: Q13 Q12 Q18 D23 E61 H23 L14 L22 L33 L51 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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