Edited by Claude Ménard and Mary M. Shirley
Chapter 30: Recognizing and solving institutional puzzles
What research topics should young institutional scholars pursue in the near future? We don't know. The author has made a career out of finding interesting institutional puzzles and explaining them with testable transaction cost arguments. In this chapter, he shares the methodology for doing this, which should be common knowledge, but is not.
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