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Journal of Institutional Economics

2005 - 2020

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Volume 16, issue 4, 2020

Qualitative research methods for institutional analysis pp. 409-422 Downloads
David Skarbek
Economics is not statistics (and vice versa) pp. 423-425 Downloads
Peter T. Leeson
Please, open the windows! pp. 427-428 Downloads
Claude Ménard
How should economists analyze institutions? Comments on David Skarbek, ‘Qualitative research methods for institutional analysis’ pp. 429-431 Downloads
Mary M. Shirley
Is Bitcoin a decentralized payment mechanism? pp. 433-444 Downloads
William J. Luther and Sean Stein Smith
Traditional law in times of the nation state: why is it so prevalent? pp. 445-461 Downloads
Jerg Gutmann and Stefan Voigt
In-transit cold treatment: a case of institutional path dependence pp. 463-479 Downloads
Pasquale Lubello and Jean-Marie Codron
The joint impact of infrastructure and institutions on economic growth pp. 481-502 Downloads
Yitagesu Zewdu Zergawu, Yabibal M. Walle and José-Manuel Giménez-Gómez
Calling the cavalry: firm-level investment in the face of decentralized expropriation pp. 503-518 Downloads
Israel Marques, Irina Levina, Anton Kazun and Andrei Yakovlev
Digital protectionism and national planning in the age of the internet: the case of Iran pp. 519-536 Downloads
Altug Yalcintas and Naseraddin Alizadeh
Collaborative innovation blocs and antifragility pp. 537-552 Downloads
Niklas Elert and Magnus Henrekson
Economics is whatever the comparative advantage of economists is: a comment on Leeson (2020) pp. 553-556 Downloads
Ryan H. Murphy
Carl Menger: Contribution to the Theory of Capital (1888), Section V pp. 557-568 Downloads
Eduard Braun

Volume 16, issue 3, 2020

The impact of experience on how we perceive the rule of law pp. 251-269 Downloads
Benito Arruñada
Contingencies in the relationship between economic freedom and human development: the role of generalized trust pp. 271-286 Downloads
Johan Graafland
Is confidence in major companies rooted in generalized social trust, or regulatory quality, or both? pp. 287-303 Downloads
Markus Leibrecht and Hans Pitlik
The religious origins of the rule of law pp. 305-318 Downloads
Peter J. Hill
The origins of Buchanan's views on federalism, Chicago 1946–1947 pp. 319-335 Downloads
Alain Marciano
Reassessing the dependence of capitalism on democracy – the case of Imperial Germany and the Weimar Republic pp. 337-354 Downloads
Gerhard Wegner
Fighting on Christmas: brawling as self-governance in rural Peru pp. 355-368 Downloads
Edwar E. Escalante and Raymond J. March
Give us a little social credit: to design or to discover personal ratings in the era of Big Data pp. 369-387 Downloads
Abigail Devereaux and Linan Peng
The political economy of (de)regulation: theory and evidence from the US electricity industry pp. 389-408 Downloads
Carmine Guerriero

Volume 16, issue 2, 2020

The Art and Science of Economic Explanation: Introduction to the Special Issue in Honor of Yoram Barzel pp. 119-126 Downloads
Rosolino A. Candela and Ennio Emanuele Piano
Rationing by racing and the Oklahoma land rushes pp. 127-144 Downloads
Douglas W. Allen and Bryan Leonard
Logic is a harsh mistress: welfare economics for economists pp. 145-150 Downloads
Peter Leeson
The politics of land property rights pp. 151-167 Downloads
Meina Cai, Ilia Murtazashvili and Jennifer Murtazashvili
Desertion as theft pp. 169-183 Downloads
Ennio Emanuele Piano and Louis Rouanet
Property, predation and socialist reality pp. 185-197 Downloads
Peter Boettke
Property rights and domestication pp. 199-215 Downloads
Dean Lueck and Gustavo Torrens
Is there a limit to the size of the state? The scope conditions of Wagner's law pp. 217-232 Downloads
Steven M. Karceski and Edgar Kiser
The political economy of insecure property rights: insights from the Kingdom of Sicily pp. 233-249 Downloads
Rosolino A. Candela

Volume 16, issue 1, 2020

Hayekian welfare states: explaining the coexistence of economic freedom and big government pp. 1-12 Downloads
Andreas Bergh
Elite collective agency and the state pp. 13-24 Downloads
Ertürk, Korkut Alp
What do we call money? An appraisal of the money or non-money view pp. 25-40 Downloads
Cristian Frasser and Guzmán, Gabriel
Introduction to the Kornai 90 Symposium pp. 41-47 Downloads
Dora Piroska and Rosta, Miklós
Agricultural soft budget constraints in new European Union member states pp. 49-64 Downloads
Fertő, Imre, Štefan Bojnec, Fogarasi, József and Ants-Hannes Viira
Horizontal “checks and balances†in the socialist regime: the party chief and mayor template pp. 65-82 Downloads
Yang Zhou
Institutional transformation and development from an economic transition perspective: the case of Argentina pp. 83-104 Downloads
Perényi, à Ron, Alexis Esposto and Jill Bamforth
Re-feudalizing democracy: an approach to authoritarian populism taken from institutional economics pp. 105-118 Downloads
à dám, Zoltán

Volume 15, issue 6, 2019

Liberalizing, state building, and getting to Denmark: analyzing 21st-century institutional change pp. 933-950 Downloads
Ryan Murphy
Chester Barnard revisited: spontaneous orders and the firm pp. 951-962 Downloads
Aidan Walsh and Malcolm Brady
US State constitutional entrenchment and default in the 19th century pp. 963-982 Downloads
John A. Dove and Andrew T. Young
Democracy without political parties: the case of ancient Athens pp. 983-998 Downloads
George Tridimas
Roots of tolerance among second-generation immigrants pp. 999-1016 Downloads
Niclas Berggren, Martin Ljunge and Therese Nilsson
Trade and institutions: explaining urban giants pp. 1017-1035 Downloads
Fabien Candau and Tchapo Gbandi
Personnel is Policy: Regulatory Capture at the Federal Trade Commission, 1914–1929 pp. 1037-1053 Downloads
Patrick Newman
Editorial introduction to ‘Collectivist planning’ by Michael Polanyi (1940) pp. 1055-1074 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson and Michael Polanyi

Volume 15, issue 5, 2019

Extractive institutions? Investor returns to Indian railway companies in the age of high imperialism pp. 751-774 Downloads
Dan Bogart and Latika Chaudhary
Entrepreneurs and ritual in China's economic culture pp. 775-789 Downloads
Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Xingyuan Feng and Man Guo
Individuality and habits in institutional economics pp. 791-809 Downloads
Heath Spong
Linking precolonial institutions with ethnic fractionalisation: what are we measuring? pp. 811-826 Downloads
Shaun Larcom
The evolution of property rights in Hellenistic Greece and the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt pp. 827-843 Downloads
Emmanouil M. L. Economou and Nicholas C. Kyriazis
Institutions and moral agency: the case of Scottish banking pp. 845-859 Downloads
Angus Robson and Ron Beadle
Citizens–experts’ interactions under different institutional arrangements: assessing the role of uncertainty, interests, and values pp. 861-879 Downloads
Francesco Bogliacino, Cristiano Codagnone and Giuseppe Alessandro Veltri
What do workers want? Institutional complementarity as a mechanism of social change pp. 881-896 Downloads
Arie Krampf
‘Post-truth’ schooling and marketized education: explaining the decline in Sweden's school quality pp. 897-914 Downloads
Magnus Henrekson and Wennström, Johan
The political economy of property rights in monarchical Iraq: the quest for land reform 1944–1958 pp. 915-931 Downloads
Omar A. M. El-Joumayle and Bassam Yousif

Volume 15, issue 4, 2019

Comparative institutional advantage: an obituary pp. 569-578 Downloads
Filippo Reale
Interactive intentionality and norm formation pp. 579-593 Downloads
Pietro Guarnieri
The revolving door, state connections, and inequality of influence in the financial sector pp. 595-614 Downloads
Elise Brezis and Joël Cariolle
The role of regulation in constituting markets: a co-evolutionary perspective on the UK television production sector pp. 615-630 Downloads
Lourenço, Ana and Simon Turner
Do voters dislike liberalizing reforms? New evidence using data on satisfaction with democracy pp. 631-648 Downloads
Niclas Berggren and Bjørnskov, Christian
Informal, formal institutions and credit: complements or substitutes? pp. 649-671 Downloads
Cruz-García, Paula and Peiró-Palomino, Jesús
Is competition among cooperative banks a negative sum game? pp. 673-694 Downloads
Paolo Coccorese and Giovanni Ferri
Belgium's historic beer diversity: should we raise a pint to institutions? pp. 695-713 Downloads
Eline Poelmans and Jason E. Taylor
General theorising and historical specificity: Hodgson on Keynes pp. 715-731 Downloads
Rod O'Donnell
Keynes and the historical specificity of institutions: a response to Rod O'Donnell pp. 733-740 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson
On the logical properties of Keynes’s theorising, and different approaches to the Keynes–institutionalism nexus pp. 741-747 Downloads
Rod O'Donnell
General theorising and historical specificity: Hodgson on Keynes – CORRIGENDUM pp. 749-749 Downloads
Rod O'Donnell

Volume 15, issue 3, 2019

Rules, perception and emotion: When do institutions determine behaviour? pp. 381-396 Downloads
Brendan Markey-Towler
Does national culture change as countries develop? Evidence from generational cleavages pp. 397-412 Downloads
Danko Tarabar
Blockchain technology and the governance of foreign aid pp. 413-429 Downloads
Bernhard Reinsberg
Social and scientific disorder as epistemic phenomena, or the consequences of government dietary guidelines pp. 431-447 Downloads
Scott Scheall, William N. Butos and Thomas McQuade
Economic integration and state capacity pp. 449-468 Downloads
Laszlo Bruszt and Nauro Campos
Pure theory and progressive liberalism: Frank Fetter and the Austrian economists pp. 469-486 Downloads
Matthew McCaffrey
Individual trust: does quality of local institutions matter? pp. 487-503 Downloads
Silvia Camussi and Anna Laura Mancini
Governing the banking system: an assessment of resilience based on Elinor Ostrom's design principles pp. 505-519 Downloads
Alexander William Salter and Vlad Tarko
Combining formal and informal contract enforcement in a developed legal system: a latent class approach pp. 521-537 Downloads
Károly Mike and Kiss, Gábor
The dynamic properties of institutional reform: an analysis of US states pp. 539-551 Downloads
J. Brandon Bolen
Measuring the effectiveness of bankruptcy institutions: filtering failures in Slovenian financial reorganizations pp. 553-567 Downloads
Jaka Cepec and Peter Grajzl

Volume 15, issue 2, 2019

Getting off the ground: the case of bitcoin pp. 189-205 Downloads
William Luther
Taxonomic definitions in social science, with firms, markets and institutions as case studies pp. 207-233 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson
Institutional complementarities between labour laws and innovation pp. 235-258 Downloads
Filippo Belloc
Social values and institutional change: an experimental study pp. 259-280 Downloads
Gã‹rxhani, Klarita and Jacqueline van Breemen
Addressing misperceptions of Governing the Commons pp. 281-301 Downloads
Ashutosh Sarker and William Blomquist
The punitive consequences of organizational structures in England, France and the United States pp. 303-326 Downloads
Daniel J. D'Amico and Claudia Williamson
The failure of ancient Greek growth: institutions, culture and energy cost pp. 327-350 Downloads
George Tridimas
How do political institutions affect fiscal capacity? Explaining taxation in developing economies pp. 351-380 Downloads
Roberto Ricciuti, Antonio Savoia and Kunal Sen

Volume 15, issue 1, 2019

Institutions, rule-following and conditional reasoning pp. 1-25 Downloads
Hã‰doin, Cyril
The competition and evolution of ideas in the public sphere: a new foundation for institutional theory pp. 27-48 Downloads
Brendan Markey-Towler
The Darwinian dynamic of sexual selection that Thorstein Veblen missed and its relevance to institutional economics pp. 49-72 Downloads
Jon Wisman
Introduction to the symposium on the empirics of judicial institutions pp. 73-80 Downloads
Alain Marciano and Giovanni Ramello
The economic importance of judicial institutions, their performance and the proper way to measure them pp. 81-98 Downloads
Alain Marciano, Alessandro Melcarne and Giovanni Ramello
What makes prosecutors independent? Analysing the institutional determinants of prosecutorial independence pp. 99-120 Downloads
Stefan Voigt and Alexander J. Wulf
The economic impact of legislation and litigation on growth: a historical analysis of Italy from its unification to World War II pp. 121-141 Downloads
Giuseppe Di Vita, Fabio Di Vita and Gianluca Cafiso
Determinants of in-court settlements: empirical evidence from a German trial court pp. 143-162 Downloads
Michael Berlemann and Robin Christmann
Bias, insecurity and the level of trust in the judiciary: the case of Brazil pp. 163-188 Downloads
Luciana L. Yeung
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