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The Palgrave Handbook of Comparative Economics

Edited by Elodie Douarin () and Oleh Havrylyshyn ()

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Date: 2021
ISBN: 978-3-030-50888-3
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Introduction to the Palgrave Handbook of Comparative Economics
Elodie Douarin and Oleh Havrylyshyn
Ch 2 A Historiography of Comparative Economics
Josef Brada
Ch 3 The Soviet Economic System: An Archival Re-evaluation
Paul R. Gregory
Ch 4 Institutions, Institutional Systems and Their Dynamics
Leszek Balcerowicz
Ch 5 The “New Comparative Economics”: A Critical Review
Bruno Dallago and Sara Casagrande
Ch 6 Comparative Economic History
Gerard Roland
Ch 7 The World’s First Meritocracy Through the Lens of Institutions and Cultural Persistence
James Kai-Sing Kung
Ch 8 Institutions Matter: But So Does History—A Comparison of Mediaeval Dubrovnik with Other Dalmatian Cities
Oleh Havrylyshyn
Ch 9 Long-Run Inequality in Communist Countries: Before, During and After
Filip Novokmet
Ch 10 Effect of Historical Forces on Liberalization and Democratization in Transition
Simeon Djankov
Ch 11 Thirty Years of Transition: Eleven Stylised Facts
Oleh Havrylyshyn
Ch 12 The Importance of Domestic Commitment
Anders Aslund
Ch 13 Political Economy of Transition Reforms
Sergei Guriev
Ch 14 The EU Anchor Thesis: Transition from Socialism, Institutional Vacuum and Membership in the European Union
Nauro Campos
Ch 15 Some Reflections on Transition: Its Roots, Complexity of the Process, and Role of the IMF and Other Organizations
Vito Tanzi
Ch 16 Are the Transition Economies Still in Transition?
Paul Wachtel
Ch 17 Institutional Change in Transition: An Evolving Research Agenda
Elodie Douarin
Ch 18 Institutions, Human Capital and Economic Growth
Luca J. Uberti and Carl Henrik Knutsen
Ch 19 Reform Design Matters: The Role of Structural Policy Complementarities
Joaquim Oliveira-Martins and Bruno Rocha
Ch 20 Democracy as a Driver of Post-Communist Economic Development
Jan Fidrmuc
Ch 21 Economic Development, Transition, and New Structural Economics
Justin Lin
Ch 22 Rethinking Development: Broadening the Goals and Altering the Approach
Homi Kharas and John W. McArthur
Ch 23 Explaining the Heterogeneity of Health Outcomes in Post-Communist Europe
Christopher Gerry
Ch 24 Building the Good Life: Growth, Reforms and Happiness in Transition
Peter Sanfey
Ch 25 Growth and Subjective Well-Being in China
Robson Morgan and Fei Wang
Ch 26 Understanding Demographic Challenges of Transition Through the China Lens
Lauren A. Johnston
Ch 27 Inequality and Well-Being in Transition: Linking Experience and Perception to Policy Preferences
Alexandru Cojocaru
Ch 28 Authoritarian Populism in Comparative Perspective
Tomasz Mickiewicz
Ch 29 Does Emigration Affect Political and Institutional Development in Migrants’ Countries of Origin?
Artjoms Ivlevs
Ch 30 Understanding Tax Evasion: Combining the Public Choice and New Institutionalist Perspectives
Klarita Gërxhani and Ronald Wintrobe
Ch 31 The Rules of the Game in Transition: How Informal Institutions Work in South East Europe
Alena Ledeneva and Adnan Efendic
Ch 32 Entrepreneurship in Comparative Economics Perspective
Slavo Radosevic and Esin Yoruk
Ch 33 Taxonomies and Typologies: Starting to Reframe Economic Systems
Randolph Bruno and Saul Estrin
Ch 34 Institutional Complementarities in Comparative Capitalism: A Bibliometric Account
Francesca Gagliardi
Ch 35 The Challenge of Identification and the Value of Descriptive Evidence
Ronald Smith
Ch 36 Conclusion: So, What Is Comparative Economics Now?
Elodie Douarin and Oleh Havrylyshyn

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