Jahrbuch fur Neue Politische Okonomie: Band 21: The Political Economy of Institutional Evolution

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Manfred J. Holler, Professor fur Volkswirtschaftslehre und Geschaftsfuhrender Direktor des Instituts fur Allokation und Wettbewerb der Universitat Hamburg.Hartmut Kliemt, Professor fur praktische Philosophie an der Universitat Duisburg-Essen.Dieter Schmidtchen, holds the chair for Public Policy and Managerial Economics at University of the Saarland and is director of the Center for the Study of Law and Economics, Saarbrucken.Manfred E. Streit, Geboren 1939; 1959-63 Studium der Volkswirtschaft, Betriebswirtschaft, Statitstik und Okonometrie; 1966 Promotion; 1971 Habilitation; Professor emeritus am Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Wirtschaftssystemen in Jena.
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Table of Contents

I. Case Studies 1. Evolution of European institutions Dieter Schmidtchen and Bernard Steunenberg: Comitology and the Legislator's Dilemma: On the Architecture of Decisionmaking in the European Union (Comments : Werner Guth and Mathias Sutter ) - Bernd Irlenbusch, Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger, Jorg Schutze and Mathias Sutter: The Effects of Communication in the Voting Procedure of the Stability and Growth Pact in EMU (Comments: Marlies Ahlert) 2. Internet Institutions Axel Ockenfels: New Institutional Structures on the Internet: The Economic Design of Online Auctions (Comments: Bodo Vogt) - Ralph Peters: On the Design of Electronic Markets (Comments: Sabine Kroger ) II. Institutional evolution and its behavioural foundations 3. Models of institutional evolution Siegfried Berninghaus: Evolution of Conventions - Some Theoretical and Experimental Aspects (Comments: Dennis Dittrich) - Tone Arnold: On the Formation of Clubs (Comments: Bjorn Frank ) - Werner Guth and Axel Ockenfels: The Coevolution of Trust and Institutions in Anonymous and Non-anonymous Communities (Comments: Roland Kirstein ) 4. Behavioural foundations of institutional evolution Stefan Napel: Modelling Bilateral Bargaining: From Perfect to Bounded Rationality (Comments: Gerlinde Fellner ) - Iris Bohnet, Steffen Huck and Jean-Robert Tyran: Instinct or Incentive to be Trustworthy? The Role of Informational Institutions (Comments: Bernd Lahno )
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