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Journal of Institutional Economics

2005 - 2023

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Volume 19, issue 3, 2023

The origins of fiscal states in developing economies: history, politics and institutions pp. 303-313 Downloads
Antonio Savoia and Kunal Sen
Constraints on the executive and tax revenues in the long run pp. 314-331 Downloads
Antonio Savoia, Kunal Sen and Abrams M. E. Tagem
Institutions and tax capacity in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 332-347 Downloads
Abrams Mbu Enow Tagem and Oliver Morrissey
Conceptualizing the fiscal state: implications for sub-Saharan Africa pp. 348-363 Downloads
Matilde Jeppesen, Ane Karoline Bak and Anne Mette Kjær
Fiscal capacity in non-democratic states: the origins and expansion of the income tax pp. 364-378 Downloads
Per F. Andersson
Pre-colonial centralization and tax compliance norms in contemporary Uganda pp. 379-400 Downloads
Merima Ali and Odd-Helge Fjeldstad
Problematizing state capacity: the Rwandan case pp. 401-425 Downloads
Leander Heldring and James A. Robinson
No taxation without informational foundation: on the role of legibility in tax state development pp. 426-443 Downloads
Matthias vom Hau, José Alejandro Peres-Cajías and Hillel David Soifer
No taxation without state-assigned property rights: formalization of individual property rights on land and taxation in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 444-457 Downloads
Marina Nistotskaya and Michelle D'Arcy

Volume 19, issue 2, 2023

Russia as a great power: from 1815 to the present day Part II pp. 159-174 Downloads
Michael Ellman
Post-Northian institutional economics: a research agenda for cognitive institutions pp. 175-191 Downloads
Daniil Frolov
On the adapting function of social institutions pp. 192-209 Downloads
Alexander Lascaux
Does democracy cause gender equality? pp. 210-228 Downloads
Thomas Barnebeck Andersen
Measuring economic freedom during the Covid-19 pandemic pp. 229-250 Downloads
Vincent J. Miozzi and Benjamin Powell
The primacy of property; or, the subordination of property rights pp. 251-267 Downloads
Bart J. Wilson
Why is there property? A response to Professor Wilson pp. 268-271 Downloads
Richard Adelstein
On the primacy of economic property rights pp. 272-275 Downloads
Douglas W. Allen
Ownership or possession? On Bart Wilson's concept of ownership pp. 276-279 Downloads
Frank Decker
Property rights rule: comments on Bart Wilson's ‘The primacy of property; Or, the subordination of property rights’ pp. 280-284 Downloads
Ilia Murtazashvili
Where lies the bundle of sticks? A comment on Bart Wilson's ‘The Primacy of Property’ pp. 285-287 Downloads
Walter Thurman
Property rights aren't primary; ideas are pp. 288-301 Downloads
Bart J. Wilson

Volume 19, issue 1, 2023

Russia as a great power: from 1815 to the present day Part 1 pp. 1-17 Downloads
Michael Ellman
Disruptive innovation in the economic organization of China and the West pp. 18-35 Downloads
Hilton L. Root
Constitutional catallaxy and indigenous rights: the Australian case pp. 36-51 Downloads
Mikayla Novak
Cascading expert failure pp. 52-69 Downloads
Jon Murphy
The dynamic efficiency of gifting pp. 70-85 Downloads
Anthony Gill and Michael D. Thomas
The authors of economics journals revisited: evidence from a large-scale replication of Hodgson and Rothman (1999) pp. 86-101 Downloads
Matthias Aistleitner, Jakob Kapeller and Dominik Kronberger
Environmental economics in Classical Athens pp. 102-118 Downloads
Emmanouil M. L. Economou, George Halkos and Nicholas C. Kyriazis
The impact of economic institutions on government policy: does contract-intensive economy promote impartial governance? pp. 119-136 Downloads
Demet Yalcin Mousseau
Do partisan politics influence domestic credit? pp. 137-158 Downloads
Vincent Tawiah, Sivathaasan Nadarajah, Md Samsul Alam and Tom Allen

Volume 18, issue 6, 2022

Like principal, like agent? Managerial preferences in employee-owned firms pp. 877-899 Downloads
Guillermo Alves, Pablo Blanchard, Gabriel Burdin, Mariana Chávez and Andrés Dean
Liberal egalitarian justice in the distribution of a common output. Experimental evidence and implications for effective institution design pp. 901-918 Downloads
Giacomo Degli Antoni, Marco Faillo, Pedro Francés-Gómez and Lorenzo Sacconi
Analyzing institutional changes in community-based management: a case study of a participatory guarantee system for organic labeling in Brazil pp. 919-935 Downloads
Sylvaine Lemeilleur, Claire Dorville, Paulo Niederle and Hélène Ilbert
Debt restrictions and municipal indebtedness in American cities: evidence from the Roaring Twenties pp. 937-952 Downloads
Samara Gunter and James Siodla
Crafting of cognitive institutions for overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 953-959 Downloads
Daniil Frolov
Coproduction and the crafting of cognitive institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 961-967 Downloads
Veeshan Rayamajhee and Pablo Paniagua
Donald T. Campbell on the institutions of scientific knowledge and the limits to interdisciplinarity pp. 969-980 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson
Editorial report 2022 pp. 981-991 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson

Volume 18, issue 5, 2022

Blockchain networks as constitutional and competitive polycentric orders pp. 707-723 Downloads
Eric Alston, Wilson Law, Ilia Murtazashvili and Martin Weiss
The old boy network: are the professional networks of female executives less effective than men's for advancing their careers? pp. 725-744 Downloads
Marie Lalanne and Paul Seabright
Individual trust and quality of regional government pp. 745-766 Downloads
Rosetta Lombardo and Fernanda Ricotta
Garnering sympathy: moral appeals and land bargaining under autocracy pp. 767-784 Downloads
Wanlin Lin
The value of political connections: evidence from China's anti-corruption campaign pp. 785-805 Downloads
Marta Alonso, Nuno Palma and Beatriz Simon-Yarza
Economic freedom improves income mobility: evidence from Canadian provinces, 1982–2018 pp. 807-826 Downloads
James Dean and Vincent Geloso
Making ideas actionable in institutionalism: the case of trade liberalization in Kennedy's foreign economic policy pp. 827-841 Downloads
Mark McAdam
Community policing on American Indian reservations: a preliminary investigation pp. 843-860 Downloads
Adam Crepelle, Tate Fegley, Ilia Murtazashvili and Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili
Making reform and stability compatible with each other: elite redeployment in Meiji Japan pp. 861-875 Downloads
Makio Yamada

Volume 18, issue 4, 2022

Resolving Douglass C. North's ‘puzzle’ concerning China's household responsibility system pp. 521-535 Downloads
Simon Deakin and Gaofeng Meng
A polycentric approach for pandemic governance: nested externalities and co-production challenges pp. 537-552 Downloads
Pablo Paniagua and Veeshan Rayamajhee
Liability for robots II: an economic analysis pp. 553-568 Downloads
Alice Guerra, Francesco Parisi and Daniel Pi
Late colonial antecedents of modern democracy pp. 569-586 Downloads
Christian Bjørnskov and Martin Rode
On legal bubbles: some thoughts on legal shockwaves at the core of the digital economy pp. 587-604 Downloads
Marco Giraudo
Innovation, on-the-job learning, and labor contracts: an organizational equilibria approach pp. 605-620 Downloads
Stefano Dughera, Francesco Quatraro and Claudia Vittori
On inequality, growth and trust: some evidence from the lab pp. 621-636 Downloads
Marcello D'Amato, Shane Niall O'Higgins and Marco Stimolo
Sorting out the aid–corruption nexus pp. 637-653 Downloads
Jamie Bologna Pavlik and Andrew T. Young
Specific investments, cognitive resources, and specialized nature of research production in academic institutions: why shared governance matters for performance pp. 655-676 Downloads
Giacomo Degli Antoni, Magali Fia and Lorenzo Sacconi
Religion without doctrine or clergy: the case of Ancient Greece pp. 677-691 Downloads
George Tridimas
Firms versus corporations: a rebuttal of Simon Deakin, David Gindis, and Geoffrey M. Hodgson pp. 693-701 Downloads
Jean-Philippe Robé
A further reply to Jean-Philippe Robé on the firm pp. 703-706 Downloads
Simon Deakin, David Gindis and Geoffrey Hodgson

Volume 18, issue 1, 2022

Introduction to the special issue on institutions and culture in economic contexts pp. 1-14 Downloads
Luca Andriani and Randolph Bruno
Commemorating Geert Hofstede, a pioneer in the study of culture and institutions pp. 15-27 Downloads
Esther-Mirjam Sent and Annelie L. J. Kroese
The origins of the state: technology, cooperation and institutions pp. 29-43 Downloads
Giacomo Benati and Carmine Guerriero
Determinants of institutional trust: the role of cultural context pp. 45-65 Downloads
Anneli Kaasa and Luca Andriani
Is tax morale culturally driven? pp. 67-84 Downloads
Luca Andriani, Randolph Bruno, Elodie Douarin and Paulina Stepien-Baig
Individualism and attitudes towards reporting corruption: evidence from post-communist economies pp. 85-100 Downloads
Chiara Amini, Elodie Douarin and Timothy Hinks
Testing Todd: family types and development pp. 101-118 Downloads
Jerg Gutmann and Stefan Voigt
Creativity and security as a cultural recipe for entrepreneurship pp. 119-137 Downloads
Tomasz Mickiewicz and Anneli Kaasa
Economic freedom reform: does culture matter? pp. 139-157 Downloads
Nicholas Moellman and Danko Tarabar
Culture and institutions: a review of Joel Mokyr's A Culture of Growth pp. 159-168 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson
Institutions, ideas and economic change: some reflections on Geoffrey Hodgson's ‘Culture and Institutions’ pp. 169-174 Downloads
Joel Mokyr
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