Corruption, Development And Institutional Design

Hardcover | February 25, 2009

EditorJ. Kornai, L. Mátyás, G. Roland

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This book explores issues of institutional design, employment and migration

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This book explores issues of institutional design, employment and migration

János Kornai is President of The International Economic Association at the University of Budapest, Hungary. László Mátyás is at Central European University, Hungary. Gérard Roland is a Professor of Economics and Political Science at University of California, Berkeley.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:296 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:February 25, 2009Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230546994

ISBN - 13:9780230546998

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Electoral Rules and Constitutional Structures as Constraints on Corruption--J.Kunicova & S.Rose-Ackerman * State Capture from Yeltsin to Putin--E.Zhuravskaya & E.Iakovlev * Democracy for Better Governance and Higher Economic Growth in the Middle East and North Africa Region?--M.K.Nabli * Distance to the Efficiency Frontier and Foreign Direct Investment Spillovers--K.Sabirianova, J.Svejnar & K.Terrell * A Portrait of the Chinese Entrepreneur--G.Roland * The Brain Drain, Educated Unemployment, Human Capital Formation and Economic Betterment--C.S.Fan & O.Stark * On an Optimal Selective Migration Policy when Information is Asymmetric and Incentives Count--A.Casarico, O.Stark & S.Uebelmesser * International Migration, Human Capital Formation and the Setting of Migration Control Policies: Mapping the Gains--A.Casarico, C.Devillanova, O.Stark & S.Uebelmesser * A Gain with a Drain? Evidence from Rural Mexico on the New Economics of the Brain Drain--S.Boucher, O.Stark & J.E.Taylor * Redesigning Public Utilities: The Key Role of Micro-Institutions--C.Ménard * Does Regulation and Institutional Design Matter for Infrastructure Sector Performance?--L.Andres, J.L.Guasch & S.Straub * Institutional Design and Energy Reform in the U.K.--R.Green