Typology of Institutions: Introduction to the Series

5 Pages Posted: 12 Nov 2012

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Anatoliy A. (Anatolii) Shiyan (Shyian)

Independent Research Group “Analytics in Economics and Security”; Vinnitsa National Technical University (VNTU)

Liliya O. Nikiforova

Vinnitsa National Technical University (VNTU)

Date Written: November 11, 2012

Abstract

This Introduction is for a series of articles, which construct the new typology of institutions and use it for management of social-economic systems. The constructed typology will be used for solving of wide classes of problems in separate papers. The paper enumerates these problems. Some are: the requirement of “tolerance for cultural traditions” is an institutional trap; the construction of universal-conceptual institutional code is the main mission for the process of democratization; the “right” education system (primary, secondary and tertiary) and science is the crucial factor for building democracy and a developed society; the new channels for destabilizing of the social-economic situation in the developed countries; the reasons for the return to authoritarian control method in Russia, Ukraine and some countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia; the reasons, from which a number of institutions in developing countries are inefficient, despite the fact that they copy the relevant institutions in the developed countries.

Keywords: Institution, typology, institutional code, institutional trap, technology, destruction, safety

JEL Classification: B41, D7, D8, E66, H10, I21, K10, N01, O00, P00

Suggested Citation

Shiyan (Shyian), Anatoliy A. (Anatolii) and Nikiforova, Liliya O., Typology of Institutions: Introduction to the Series (November 11, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2173990 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2173990

Anatoliy A. (Anatolii) Shiyan (Shyian) (Contact Author)

Independent Research Group “Analytics in Economics and Security”

Vinnitsia
Ukraine

Vinnitsa National Technical University (VNTU) ( email )

Khmelnitskoe schosse 95
Vinnitsa, Vinnitsa oblast 21021
Ukraine
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Liliya O. Nikiforova

Vinnitsa National Technical University (VNTU) ( email )

Khmelnitskoe schosse 95
Vinnitsa, Vinnitsa oblast 21021
Ukraine

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