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A New Institutional Theory of Production
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A New Institutional Theory of Production
An Application

First Edition
  • Nirmal Sengupta - Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India


September 2001 | 292 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
This empirical inquiry leads to fascinating revelations about the history and society of Magadh, which also provide concrete support to the theories propounded by the author. Professor Sengupta links up the different approaches followed by various branches of the social sciences by analysing the dynamics of uncertainties from the point of theoretical statistics, which is expressed as the evolution, stability, and transition of institutions.
 
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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ISBN: 9780761995074
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