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Institutions and Transition - Possible Policy Implications of the New Institutional Economics


Stefan Voigt


University of Hamburg - Institute of Law & Economics; CESifo (Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute)

Hella Engerer


German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)


Forthcoming in Frontiers in Economics

Abstract:     
Possible policy implications of the New Institutional Economics are dealt with. Before spelling them out, the core questions of this research program as well as its main assumptions and hypotheses are described. Since a familiar reproach toward the New Institutional Economics is its lack of empirical results, empirical insights are surveyed. Special emphasis is put on the explanation of the transition experience of the Central and Eastern European countries. The paper lists data desiderata whose reduction could spur further academic progress. As a policy-oriented paper, it explicitly names a number of policy implications that can be derived from the New Institutional Economics.

Keywords: New Institutional Economics, Transition, Internal Institutions, External Institutions, Policy Implications

JEL Classification: B25, 010, P26, P30, Z13

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Date posted: January 10, 2002  

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Voigt, Stefan and Engerer, Hella, Institutions and Transition - Possible Policy Implications of the New Institutional Economics. Forthcoming in Frontiers in Economics. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=295752

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Stefan Voigt (Contact Author)
University of Hamburg - Institute of Law & Economics ( email )
Johnsallee 35
Hamburg, 20148
Germany
+49-40-428385782 (Phone)
+49-40-428386794 (Fax)
CESifo (Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute)
Poschinger Str. 5
Munich, DE-81679
Germany
Hella Engerer
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) ( email )
Mohrenstraße 58
Berlin, 10117
Germany
49-30-89789-335 (Phone)
49-30-89789-108 (Fax)
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