1 Institutions and the Economy
II. THE IMPACT OF INSTITUTIONS
4 National Economies
5 International Economy
6 Challenges and Future Research
John L. Campbell, Dartmouth College and Copenhagen Business School
"Institutions and the Economy is very insightful and straightforward in addressing the complex topic of institutions from an economic sociology point of view. Duina brings not only a tremendous amount of breadth but also depth, as he builds from a strong introduction into the current debates of the impact of institutions on individuals, organizations, countries, and the international economy."
Ruth Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Clear and concise book that explains how the functioning and shape of the economy depend upon social institutions.
- Reveals the crucial role formal and informal institutions in everyday life play in how the economy works.
- Relates this institutional analysis of the economy to all levels of social life, from the individual, through the actions of firms and governments, to the growth of international trade.
- Part of Polity’s well-respected ‘Economy & Society’ series.