8 edition of Perspectives on institutional competition found in the catalog.
Perspectives on institutional competition
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Andreas Bergh, Rolf Höijer.|
|Series||New thinking in political economy series|
|Contributions||Bergh, Andreas, 1973-, Höijer, Rolf, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||HD41 .P453 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007050568|
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The contributors to this volume introduce new perspectives on this issue, analytically and empirically exploring reasons for this perception. international relations and political science will find the book's non-traditional take on institutional competition a must-read, as will policy analysts and those with an interest in taxation and Author: Andreas Bergh.
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Institutional Competition: International Environment, Levels andConsequencesPeter Bernholz 5. Can Competition Among Governments Enhance Democracy?Viktor J.
Vanberg 6. Tax Competition and Tax CartelsRolf Hoijer 7. Fiscal Competition and the Optimization of Tax Revenues for Higher GrowthVictoria Curzon Price 8. Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS. Rolf Höijer, "The Concept of Institutional Competition," Chapters, in: Andreas Bergh & Rolf Höijer (ed.), Institutional Competition, chapter 1, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Roland Vaubel, What is Institutional Governance. Definition of Institutional Governance: The various institutional processes and regulatory provisions to allow for the institution’s planned targets and outcomes to be achieved, covering from how the different departments and bodies are organized and connected, the incentives and regulations in place for individual members of the.
First, institutional competition is a part of systems competition and interrelated with, but diﬀerent from, other kinds of competition, such as military and foreign policy or market competition. Moreover, institutional competition exists on diﬀerent levels, for instance on the international, the state or cantonal and the community levels.
Why is competition between institutions usually viewed in a negative light, when competition is considered positive in most other economic contexts. The contributors to this volume introduce new perspectives on this issue, analytically and empirically exploring reasons for this perception.
The book contains source material for teachers and students, scholars of competition law and economics, as well as practising competition lawyers and officials.
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The papers in this volume approach those issues from a Schumpeterian point of view and tackle issues like the growing importance of knowledge and human capital; increasing returns and path dependence; the role of variety in economic growth; competition and industry evolution.The book shows how the institutional logics perspective transforms institutional theory.
It presents novel theory, further elaborates the institutional logics perspective, and forges new linkages to key literatures on practice, identity, and social and cognitive psychology.How do institutions influence and shape cognition and action in individuals and organizations, and how are they in turn shaped by them?
Various social science disciplines have offered a range of theories and perspectives to provide answers to this.