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The Nexus of Economic and Institutional Evolution

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  • Bilin Neyapti
  • Yavuz Arasil

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Modeling the evolution of formal institutions in relation to the evolution of economic and informal institutionaldevelopment. Discrete time optimization; simulation. The punctuations and the evolution formal institutional quality depends on the extent of economic heterogenety.

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  • Bilin Neyapti & Yavuz Arasil, 2014. "The Nexus of Economic and Institutional Evolution," EcoMod2014 6851, EcoMod.
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