3 edition of Law and long-term economic change found in the catalog.
Law and long-term economic change
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Debin Ma and Jan Luiten van Zanden|
|LC Classifications||K3820 .L399 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 358 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||2010050154|
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education, technological innovation), along with a fundamental structural change might be the path to long term economic growth. One of the underlying themes throughout Easterly’s book is the idea that people respond to incentives. In fact, most of Easterly’s analysis of various economic models throughout the book is an analysis of the. The Community Economic Development Movement is a report on some of those experiments. What is critical about this book is that it illustrates the promise of one form of community-based social policy and the importance of incorporating local knowledge in the construction of that policy.
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Recently, a growing body of work on law and finance and legal origins has highlighted the role of formal legal institutions in shaping financial institutions. However, these writings have focused largely on Europe, neglecting important non-Western traditions that prevail in a large part of the world.
Law and Long-Term Economic Change brings together a group of leading scholars from economics. Debin Ma and Jan Luiten van Zanden, editors, Law and Long-Term Economic Change: A Eurasian Perspective. Stanford: Stanford University Press, xiv + pp.
$65 (cloth), ISBN: Reviewed for by Tuan-Hwee Sng, Department. Law and Long-Term Economic Change brings together a group of leading scholars from economics, economic history, law, and area studies to develop a unique, Law and long-term economic change book and, long-term perspective on the linkage between law and economic change.
Law and long-term economic change: an editorial introduction / Debin Ma and Jan Luiten van Zanden --The evolution of law: political foundations of private law in medieval Europe and Japan / John O. Haley --Law and economy in traditional China: a "legal origin" perspective on the great divergence / Debin Ma --Property rights, land, and law in.
Law and Long-Term Economic Change Law and Long-Term Economic Change. An Editorial Introduction. Chapter: (p.1) Chapter One Law and Long-Term Economic Change Source: Law and Long-Term Economic Change Author(s): Debin Ma, Jan Luiten van Zanden Publisher: Stanford University Press. This book brings together a group of leading scholars from economics, economic history, law, and area studies to develop a unique, global and, long-term perspective on.
Law and long-term economic change: an editorial introduction / Debin Ma and Jan Luiten van Zanden --The evolution of law: political foundations of private law in medieval Europe and Japan / John Haley --Law and economy in traditional China: a "legal origin" perspective on the great divergence / Debin Ma --Property rights, land and law in.
Law and long-term economic change: a Eurasian perspective. Chapter 3, 'Law and Economy in Traditional China' pp Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Debin Ma, J.
van Zanden Date c Publisher Stanford University Press Pub place Stanford, CA ISBN The ripple effects of the Great Divergence debate permeated the study of law and long-term economic change. Two articles in this anthology attempt dialogues with the Great Divergence theory.
Their findings, though, are inconclusive. Structure of This Book About the Term “Economic Law” This book is designed to give readers a basic familiarity with sev-eral key topics that they should know about in order to understand the relationship between law and economic activity. Any country’s economic development—and, on an File Size: 99KB.
Economic growth in the intermediate-run: democracy, property rights and the rule of law. Robert Barro’s pioneering study, Determinants of Economic Growth, was unique at the time for its inclusion of institutional variables including measures of democracy and the rule of law.
As with the Acemoglu, Johnson and Robinson exercise, we are Cited by: What might be the long term ramifications of experiencing a crisis.
The contributors to Economic and Political Change After Crisis explore all of these questions and more. The book begins by exploring how past crises have permanently increased the size and scope of government and how well the rule of law has been maintained during these crises.
A book entitled "Calling for a Market Economy Governed by Rule of Law" by renowned economist Wu Jinglian gives us the answer: A market economy with rule of law. they won't change their long-term decisions despite short-term shocks like the Sino-U.S.
trade war or the COVID epidemic. The extent to which long-term economic growth can be. Social change - Social change - Conclusion: The causes of social change are diverse, and the processes of change can be identified as either short-term trends or long-term developments.
Change can be either cyclic or one-directional. The mechanisms of social change can be varied and interconnected. Several mechanisms may be combined in one explanatory model of social change.
Their book, by carefully pairing and meshing the narratives of Europe and China with relatively equal weight, is a welcome departure in this genre. It is also a stylistic success, with economic theory seamlessly woven into the narrative and with schematic economic models usually spelled out in separate boxes within the chapters.
Engel's law is an observation in economics stating that, as income rises, the proportion of income spent on food falls―even if absolute expenditure on food rises. In other words, the income elasticity of demand of food is between 0 and The law was named after the statistician Ernst Engel (–).
Engel's law does not imply that food spending remains unchanged as income increases. Explorations in Economic History. Vol. 63 (January ): ; Textiles in the Pacific, (Volume 12 in Book Series: The Pacific World: Lands, Peoples and History of the Pacific, ) Oxon, UK: Ashgate, ; Law and Long-Term Economic Change: An Eurasian Perspective (co-edited with Jan Luiten van Zanden).
Palo Alto, CA. The law of the value of commodities (German: Wertgesetz der Waren), known simply as the law of value, is a central concept in Karl Marx's critique of political economy first expounded in his polemic The Poverty of Philosophy () against Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with reference to David Ricardo's economics.
Most generally, it refers to a regulative principle of the economic exchange of the. Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's fame is due to his book The Entropy Law and Economic Process () in which NGR conjugates thermodynamics and economics.
But his importance for political economy goes far before the publication of this book and involves many different aspects of the analysis/5. About the Journal. The Journal of International Economic Law is dedicated to encouraging thoughtful and scholarly attention to a very broad range of subjects that concern the relation of law to international economic activity, by providing the major English language medium for publication of high-quality manuscripts relevant to the endeavours of scholars, government officials, legal.
Economists have become accustomed to associate long-term economic growth with technological pr ogress; it is deeply embedded in the main message of the Solow-inspired growth models, which treated technological change as exogenous, and even more so in the endogenous growth models.1 Whether technology is a deus ex machina that somehow.
The Entropy Law and the Economic Process book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. comes along that challenges economic analysis and through its findings alters men's thinking and the course of societal change.
This is such a book, yet it is more. It is a "poetic" philosophy, mathematics, and science of economics /5.Ma, Debin and van Zanden, Jan Luiten () Law and economic change in traditional China: a 'legal origin' perspective on the great divergence.
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