2003 Budapest Workshop: Titles

WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
SEPTEMBER 6–11, 2003
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

TITLES

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Knowledge Transfer, Innovation and Space:
A New Look at Technology Clusters

Neslihan AYDOGAN
The University of Maastricht



Property Rights and Enforcement Costs:
An Empirical Test Using Mortgage Contracts

Petar BALACHEV
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona



Analysis of Economic Policy Initiatives in Mongolia

Jamiyandorjiin BATKHUYAG
Institute of Finance and Economics, Ulaanbaatar



Market-Preserving Federalism, Spanish Style

Gonzalo CABALLERO
University of Vigo, Spain



Fiscal Decentralization and Labor Mobility:
An Analysis of Chinese Local Governments' Incentives
to Promote "Internal Labor Smuggling"

Yiu Por CHEN
Graduate Program of Urban Planning, Columbia University



A Historic Perspective on Economic Reforms in Peru

Daniel CORDOVA
School of Economics, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas



The Dark Side of Federalism:
Decentralization and the Enforcement
of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Laws

Martin DIMITROV
Department of Political Science, Stanford University



Professional Licensing Regulation as Non-Tariff Measures:
The Trade in Engineering Services

Marina Fe B. DURANO
School of Economic Studies, University of Manchester



The Reasons for the Formation of Business Groups in Armenia

Tigran JRBASHYAN
UNDP and Ministry of Trade and Economy of Armenia



Making Sense of the Transition: The Czech Experience

Radovan KACIN
University of Economics Prague



Endogenous Social Capital Formation in the Presence
of Network Effects and Cultural Differences:
Are Minorities Doomed to Lag Behind?

Martin KAHANEC
Center Tilberg University



A Framework for an Understanding of Internal Hybrids

Judit KAPÁS
University of Debrecen, Hungary



Information, News, and Noise: A Hungarian Case

György KOMÁROMI
University of Veszprém, Hungary



Adjusting Boundaries of Russian Firms

Olga LAZAREVA
Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Moscow



Decentralization and Forest Governance in Indonesia

Charles PALMER
Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn



Institutions, Bureaucratic Corruption and Tax Evasion in Transition Economies

Violeta PICULESCU
Bucharest, Romania



Evolution of Demand for Property Rights in Russia:
Comparative Evidence From Manufacturing
and Extractive Industries (1987-2002)

Anton B. RUNOV
State University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow



Evolution and Transplantation of Housing Finance Institutions

Oleg STARKOV
Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Moscow



Institutional Constraints to the Formation of Labor Markets in Less Developed Economies

Regulagadda VIJAY
University of Hyderabad



The Political Economy of Pension Reform:
Institutions and Veto Players

Mario VILLARREAL-DIAZ
School of Politics and Economics, Claremont Graduate University