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Institutions, Organizations And Market Competition

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  • Douglass C. North

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In this essay I would like to apply the new institutional economics to suggest modifications of the theory we employ in economics to make that theory useful for the study of the performance of economies through time. The modifications I shall suggest are in the spirit of Joseph Schumpeter

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  • Douglass C. North, 1996. "Institutions, Organizations And Market Competition," Economic History 9612005, EconWPA.
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    1. Fransman, Martin, 2001. "Designing Dolly: interactions between economics, technology and science and the evolution of hybrid institutions," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 30(2), pages 263-273, February.

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