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Continuing his groundbreaking analysis of economic structures, Douglass North develops an analytical framework for explaining the ways in which institutions and institutional change affect the performance of economies, both at a given time and over time. Institutions exist, he argues, due to the uncertainties involved in human interaction; they are the constraints devised to structure that interaction. Yet, institutions vary widely in their consequences for economic performance; some economies develop institutions that produce growth and development, while others develop institutions that produce stagnation. North first explores the nature of institutions and explains the role of transaction and production costs in their development. The second part of the book deals with institutional change.
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The paper also examines North's theory of institutions focusing on three main issues: the pervasive influence of the principles of neoclassical economics; the focus on an end-point model based on successful Western economies; and the failure adequately to account for the role of organizations in the process of change. The objective of this section of the paper is to clarify whether law, according to North is a protagonist in the process of institutional change or is merely a by-product of changes taking place elsewhere in society. Over the past four decades an influential group of economists — known under the label New Institutional Economics NIE — have focused their attention on the role of institutions. While their research centres mainly on issues relating to developed market economies, some of them have devoted their attention to the study of the role of institutions in economic growth.
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Douglass Cecil North November 5, — November 23, was an American economist known for his work in economic history. In the words of the Nobel Committee , North and Fogel "renewed research in economic history by applying economic theory and quantitative methods in order to explain economic and institutional change. Douglass North was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts , on November 5, He moved several times as a child due to his father's work at MetLife. He was accepted at Harvard at the same time that his father became the head of MetLife on the west coast, so North opted to go to University of California, Berkeley.
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Douglass C. North, Washington University, St Louis. Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Online publication date: June ; Print publication year: .
Table of contents. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Srinivasan, Yale University "North here draws upon the literature concerning the formation of economic institutions This is an exciting and stimulating work, and one that will leave its mark upon the work of economic historians.
Douglass Cecil North November 5, — November 23, was an American economist known for his work in economic history. In the words of the Nobel Committee , North and Fogel "renewed research in economic history by applying economic theory and quantitative methods in order to explain economic and institutional change. Douglass North was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts , on November 5, He moved several times as a child due to his father's work at MetLife.
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