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Institutions and Economic Performance: An Introduction to the Literature

By Kevin E. Davis


This essay serves as the introduction to a collection of critical writings on the relationship between institutions and economic performance. The essay not only provides an overview of the field but also explores some of the thorny questions surrounding the definition and measurement of institutions

Topics: Comparative and Foreign Law
Publisher: NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository
Year: 2009
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