A New Institutional Theory of Production: an Application
By: Nirmal Sengupta (author)Hardback
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The fundamental contribution of the book is the development of a new systematic analysis framework for analysing social phenomena. The analysis is probabilistic rather than deterministic, which is still new to the social sciences. It demonstrates how different disciplines like economics, sociology, and history can enrich themselves by borrowing from one another. A unique study that shows how empirical work can rest on rigorous theory.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION An Overview The Setting PART TWO: EVOLUTION Theory of Institutions From Innovation to Self-Organization PART THREE: STABILITY Structure and Stability Later History of Magadh PART FOUR: STRUCTURE AND SYSTEM Upgrading the Theory of Institutions Case Study Institutional Structure Analysis of Performances PART FIVE: A THEORETICAL PROPOSAL Neoclassical Economics or Mathematics of Political Economy?
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