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Contracts in the New Institutional Economics (International Library of the New Institutional Economics)

by Claude Menard

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English

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  • Economic theory & philosophy

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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages584
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11906761M
    ISBN 101843766620
    ISBN 109781843766629

    Each chapter in this book went through a very extensive review process. Beside humans create institutions, writing and enforcing constitutions, laws, contracts and regulations—so-called formal institutions—and structuring and inculcating File Size: 4MB.   new institutional economics (nie): what’s new and what does it mean for ifpri? Mylène Kherallah, John Maluccio, & Nancy McCarthy IFPRI Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

    institutional economics and NIE is in many ways a still decentralized field of inquiry. Indeed in some ways new institutional economics is still more of a movement than a field, a movement that is characterized by its stress on rules and norms, by its examination of the microanalytics of firm and market organizations and the ramifications. Although it is one of the major achievements in the history of economic thought, the general equilibrium model is not completely satisfactory as a descriptive tool. In the s several economists settled on a new way to study economic relationships that is often called the "economics of information." The theory of contracts is one of its main building blocks.

    Contents List of tables List of figures List of contributors Acknowledgments Foreword OLIVER E. WILLIAMSON A Road Map for the Guidebook ERIC BROUSSEAU AND JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT Introductory Chapter New Institutional Economics: a Report Card PAUL L. JOSKOW Part I Foundations 1 The Theories of the Firm PIERRE GARROUSTE AND STEPHANE . A New Institutional Economics Approach to Contracts and Cooperatives Consolidation and increased coordination throughout the agri-food sector are rapidly reshaping the role of cooperative organizations in agriculture. Increased concentration, both up and downstream, raises the specter of the traditional cooperative.


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Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. New Institutional Economics. New institutional economics is an addition to and neo-institutional economics a reaction against neoclassical economics, which focuses on the efficiency of outcomes in which the fittest will survive (or the fitter, for instance due to incomplete information), assuming rational and cost-minimizing actors.

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(shelved 1 time as institutional-economics) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving. A significant variant is the new institutional economics from the later 20th century, which integrates later developments of neoclassical economics into the analysis.

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A NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS APPROACH TO CONTRACTS AND COOPERATIVES MICHAEL E. SYKUTA AND MICHAEL L. COOK Consolidation and increased coordination throughout the agri-food sector are rapidly reshaping the role of cooperative organiza-tions in agriculture.

Increased concentration, both up and downstream, raises the specter. ‘This book is about the variety of institutions that govern economic life.

It has stunning breadth: political institutions, regulatory institutions, the law and practice of contracts, property rights and more are discussed with intelligence and rigor. Whether your interest is in the history of institutions or current practice, whether in rich countries or poor, you will learn much from this.

What contract theory seeks out to do is analyze and explain how and why economic actors use contracts when interacting with one another.

A contract can be defined as an agreement, a set of promises, between two or more actors. The importance of contracts is increasingly recognized and they are likely to become more important. The New Institutional Economics: A Collection of Articles from the Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics.

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North, Masahiko Aoki, Oliver E. Williamson and Harold Demsetz. It demonstrates the extent and depth of the New Institutional Economics research programme which is having a worldwide impact on the Cited by: 2.

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