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- Menard, Claude,Shirley, Mary M.,
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- 13 (Real) behavior meets (real) institutions: towards a research agenda on the study of the commons14 Property rights and economic development: taking stock, looking ahead; 15 The China experience: an institutional approach; PART IV: NORMS, CULTURE, AND BELIEFS; 16 Internal institutions: the major unknowns in institutional economics; 17 The coevolution of institutions and culture; 18 Modeling the institutional matrix: norms, culture, and robust design; 19 Corruption and the New Institutional Economics; 20 Religion and institutions; PART V: INSTITUTIONS IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD.21 Family and gender: questions for the New Institutional Economics22 Research frontiers in the institutional analysis of work; 23 Challenges of agricultural organization to growth and climate; 24 Is blockchain hype, revolutionary, or both? What we need to know; 25 New media, new issues; PART VI: NEW APPROACHES AND NEW TOOLS; 26 Neo-institutionalism in ancient economic history: the road ahead; 27 Measuring institutions: what we do not know; 28 Data science for institutional and organizational economics; 29 How do experiments inform collective action research?6 A mutually beneficial relationship: relational contracts in developing countries7 Contracting in innovative industries; 8 Interrelated technical and institutional coordination: the case of network infrastructures; 9 Cognition and governance: a research agenda for the New Institutional Economics; 10 Tools and approaches in public contracting research; 11 Transaction and transactors' choices: what we have learned and what we need to explore; PART III: LAWS AND PROPERTY RIGHTS; 12 Questions of property rights.Front Matter; Copyright; Contents; About the editors; List of contributors; Introduction to A Research Agenda for New Institutional Economics; PART I: GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS; 1 Collective action and government: still a mystery; 2 What is next for the study of non-democracy?; 3 The power and limits of federalism; 4 Evaluating the performance of regulations and regulatory institutions; 5 Public goods provision in developing countries: a research agenda for New Institutional Economics; PART II: CONTRACTS AND ORGANIZATIONS.Includes bibliographical references and index.