2001 Berkeley Workshop: Titles

WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
SEPTEMBER 9–13, 2001
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, USA

TITLES

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Property Rights and Natural Resources: Socio-Economic Heterogeneity And Distributional Implication of Common Property Resource Management

Bhim Prasad ADHIKARI
The University of York, UK



Public Health Services Decentralization Process:
The São Paulo State, Brazil, Experience

Basilia AGUIRRE
University of São Paulo, Brazil



Central Bank Independence in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia: An in-Depth Analysis

Miroslav BEBLAVY
Institute for Economic and Social Reforms, Slovakia



Neither Traditional Cooperative Nor Public Corporation: Alternative Cooperative Organizational Models

Fabio R. CHADDAD
University of Missouri, USA



Illegal Markets: The Case of Clandestine Slaughtering

Paulo Furquim de AZEVEDO and Ferenc Istvan Bankuti
University of São Carlos, Brazil



Local Regulatory Mismanagement in Bulgaria

Yordanka GANCHEVA
Institute for Market Economics, Bulgaria.



Fundamental Attitudes, Elite Behavior, and Social Capital - Reflections On The Decade of Transition in Bulgaria

Georgy GANEV
Center for Liberal Strategies, Bulgaria



Structural Adjustment Policies and the Environment in Southeast Europe

Anna GUEORGUIEVA
University of California at Berkeley, USA



How to Motivate Knowledge Worker: Evidence From China

Wanjun JIANG
Peking University, China



Negotiated Order in Inter-Organizational Relations: Toward an Institutional Theory of Stakeholder Negotiations

Juha-Antti LAMBERG, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Grant T. Savage, University of Alabama, USA



Towards a Property Rights Risk Index and the Future Political Risk Insurance Market

Stephen Matteo MILLER
George Mason University, USA



Corporate Governance in Russia: Evidence From Top Executive Turnover

Alexander MURAVYEV
St. Petersburg State University, Russia



Agents With Final Principal in China'S State-Owned Enterprises

Xin-Qiao PING
Peking University, China



India'S Informal Trade With Bangladesh: A Qualitative Assessment

Sanjib POHIT, National Council of Applied Economic Research, India
Nisha Taneja, ICRIER, India



People and Performance: A Longitudinal Study of How and Why People Management Practices Improve Business Performance

Bruce A. RAYTON
University of Bath, UK



Strong Legacies and Weak Market:  Russian Institutions of Higher Education After the August of 1998

Andrei V. REZAEV
St. Petersburg State University, Russia



Russia: Whether Deprivatization Is Inevitable?
(Power-Property Phenomenon as a Path Dependency Problem)

Anton RUNOV and Rustem NUREEV
State University Higher School of Economics



Backward and Forward Coordination in the Brazilian Franchising: An Empirical Analysis

Vivian Lara Dos Santos SILVA
University of São Carlos, Brazil



Five Tasks of the NIE Historian

Elaine S. TAN
The University of Michigan Business School, USA



The Relationship Between Farm Size and Productivity in Bangladesh Agriculture: The Role of Transaction Costs in Rural Labour Markets

Kazi Ali TOUFIQUE
Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, Bangladesh



The Co-Evolution of Institutions, Organizations, and Ideology: The Longlake Experience of Property Rights Transformation

Ning WANG
University of Chicago, USA



How Brazil Fell Behind: A Neoinstitutional Analysis

Fernando ZANELLA
University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Brazil



Choice of Reform Speed and the Economic Growth in Formerly Planned Economy: Theoretical and Empirical Perspective

Jun ZHANG
Fudan University, China



The Implications of Transferabilitly for Resource Allocation:
The Case of Rural Land in China

Weidong ZHANG
Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China



Market Augmenting Institutions: Slow Moving Institutional Change Supporting The Production and Distribution of Food in Developing Economies

Decio ZYLBERSZTAJN
The University of São Paulo, Brazil