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Institutional Complementarities in Comparative Capitalism: A Bibliometric Account

Francesca Gagliardi ()
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Francesca Gagliardi: University of Hertfordshire

Chapter 34 in The Palgrave Handbook of Comparative Economics, 2021, pp 897-915 from Springer

Abstract: Abstract Institutional complementarities help to explain how interdependent institutions not only account for the institutional diversity that can be observed across and within socio-economic systems, but also affect economic performance. This chapter presents the results of a bibliometric review of the journal literature that looks at institutional complementarities in comparative capitalism. Conducted on 177 journal articles published during the period 2000–2019, the study aims to map this field of inquiry through a comprehensive assessment of the research themes covered and the methods used, as well as the key authors and the main outlets in which the discussion takes place. The chapter offers insights into the evolution of the field that may help scholars working in this area of inquiry shape future research priorities and dissemination strategies.

Keywords: Institutional complementarities; Economic systems; Comparative capitalism; Bibliometric review; Publication (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-50888-3_34

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