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2002 Cambridge Workshop: Titles of Abstracts



WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
SEPTEMBER 22– 27, 2002
CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, USA

ABSTRACT TITLES

 
Addressing the Squatter Problem in the Philippines:
Insights from the Community Mortgage Program
Marife M. Ballesteros
Philippine Institute of Development Studies


Political Credibility and Economic Development:
 A Case of Azerbaijan
Vugar Bayramov
Azerbaijan State Economic University


Trust and Efficiency of Institutions
Matej Cepl
Northeastern University


DETERMINANTS OF VERTICAL INTEGRATION: AN EMPIRICAL ENQUIRY ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMUNICATION AND COORDINATION ISSUES
Isabel Diez-Vial
Universidad Complutense de Madrid and
University of California, Berkeley


Selling the State: Political Privatization in Post-Socialist Countries
Martin Dimitrov
Stanford University


WHY ARE THERE SO MANY FIRMS IN EGYPT?
WHAT’S “VERTICAL INTEGRATION” GOT TO DO WITH IT?
Amirah El-Haddad
University of Maryland


Measuring entry costs:
Why to do this and What method to use?
Some evidence from Bulgaria
Yordanka Gancheva,
Institute for Market Economics, Bulgaria

 
Property Rights Interpretation in New Institutional Economics and its Application in the Analysis of Corporate Governance in Russia
Denis Kadochnikov
American University


The DRAMA OF THE COMMONS:
How Institutionalised Violence and the Logic of Ethnicity Affect Communal Resource Conflicts in Sri Lanka
Benedikt Korf
Humboldt University of Berlin and Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn

 
Corporate Social Responsibility as a Value Creation Strategy:
An Institutional Approach
Claudio Antonio Pinheiro Machado Filho
University of São Paulo, Brazil


Transaction Governance and Contractual Relations
in a Transition Economy
Olga N. Nashchekina
National Technical University “Kharkov Polytechnic Institute”, Ukraine


INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK AND ENTREPRENEURIAL ENDEAVOUR:  THE CASE OF SMALL ENTERPRISES IN TANZANIA
Estomih J. Nkya
Mzumbe University, Tanzania


The institutions of the market of development-knowledge: is it helping development?
Gabriel Ortiz de Zevallos
APOYO Institute


CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT: RELATIONAL CONTRACTS OR COURTS IN CROSS-BORDER TRADE:
A SURVEY FOR BULGARIA AND MACEDONIA
Petya Platikanova
Institute for Market Economics, Bulgaria


Institutional Influences on Incomplete Financial Contracting and the Relevance of Accounting Information
Asheq R. Rahman
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


Norms in the Economic Evolution:
Old Believers in the Russian Nineteenth-century Textile Industry
Danila Raskov
St. Petersburg State University


THE RELATIONS BETWEEN INFORMAL AND FORMAL SECTORS AND DEVELOPMENT
Pablo Rossell
Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Laboral y Agrario, Bolivia


Brand Name as an Asset and a Contract: An Empirical Analysis From Franchising
Claude Ménard, Paulo F. Azevedo and Vivian L.S. Silva
Centre ATOM, University of Paris (Pantheon-Sorbonne) and Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), SP, Brazil


Evolutionary Ownership structure in post privatization phase and its impact on corporate performance in PolanD:  A comparative study of Polish publicly traded enterprises: privatized and private companies
Agnieszka Slomka
Warsaw School of Economics


Local Politicians, Firms, and the Federal Center:
The Anatomy of Provincial Protectionism
Konstantin Sonin
New Economic School and CEFIR, Moscow

 
Can Credit Markets Discipline Subnational Governments in Russia?
Andrey Timofeev
CERGE-EI, Charles University, Prague


peculiarities of investments in contemporary Russia
Natalia N. Tsytovich
St. Petersburg State University


The Role of Dowry from a New Institutional Economics Approach Evidence from Catalan Marriage Contracts in the Nineteenth Century
Raul Viedma-Ponce
Pompeu Fabra University


Political Institutions, Government, and the Policy-Making Process
Mario Villarreal Díaz
Claremont Graduate University


Optimal Methods and Sequencing of Privatization:
Theory and Evidence from Vietnam

Anh T. Vu
Boston College


Do African Legislatures Matter for Public Spending?
The Case of Ghana
Yongmei Zhou
The World Bank

 
Titles
|2001 Berkeley |2001 Rio |2002 Cambridge |2003 Budapest |2003 São Paulo|
|2004 Tucson |2005 Barcelona |2006 Boulder |2007 Reykjavik |2008 Singapore|
|2008 Philippines |2008 Beijing |2009 Bratislava |2009 Xiamen |2010 Moscow|
|2010 Shanghai |2011 Chicago |2012 Beijing |2012 Santiago |2013 Xiamen|
|2014 Manila |2015 Hong Kong |2015 Tel Aviv |2016 Tallinn|




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