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The International Library of the New Institutional Economics

Elgar Mini Series

Edited by Claude Menard
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Published: 16th Nov 2004
Dimensions: w 244mm h 169mm d 20mm
Weight: 8700g
ISBN-10: 184064382X
ISBN-13: 9781840643824
Barcode No: 9781840643824
This authoritative series brings together the most significant papers published by leading economists and social scientists in the rapidly developing field of New Institutional Economics. The selection includes theoretical papers as well as applications and empirical studies. It represents the diversity of methodologies used for exploring the fundamental questions of the nature and status of institutions and organizations in market economies. The seven volumes in the series cover the main aspects of research in the field, beginning with an overview of its analytical foundations in Volume 1. The subsequent volumes consider issues in transaction costs and property rights, the nature and role of contracts, the alternative modes of organization, the role and nature of modern corporations, and the political economy of institutions. The series concludes with a review of some major challenges and controversies. This comprehensive series will be an invaluable guide for scholars in economics, social sciences, managerial sciences and law.

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`To those wishing to learn about the New Institutional Economics, this comprehensive collection of articles will be extremely valuable, exhibiting, as it does, the New Institutional Economics in all its variety. To those wishing to contribute to the New Institutional Economics, it will be an indispensable reference source.' -- Ronald H. Coase, University of Chicago Law School, US `For those in economics, and the social sciences generally, who wish to broaden the horizons of their discipline to deal more effectively with the manifold problems we face, the New Institutional Economics offers a promising future. This collection of articles shows just how promising that future can be.' -- Douglass C. North, Washington University, US `These volumes disclose and develop the richness and importance of the New Institutional Economics - in conceptual, theoretical, empirical, and public policy respects. These timely volumes will be widely used by present students of the NIE and by social scientists and public policy analysts more generally.' -- Oliver E. Williamson, University of California, Berkeley, US