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Reply to the comments on ‘Institutions and Economic Development: Theory, Policy and History’

  • HA-JOON CHANG (a1)

This article is a reply to the comments made on my target article, ‘Institutions and Economic Development: Theory, Policy and History’, at the beginning of this issue.

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D. Acemoglu , S. Johnson , and J. A. Robinson (2001), ‘The Colonial Origins of Comparative Development: An Empirical Investigation’, American Economic Review, 91 (5): 13691401.

M. Andrews (2008), ‘The Good Governance Agenda: Beyond Indicators Without Theory’, Oxford Development Studies, 36 (4): 379407.

M. Andrews (2010), ‘Good Government Means Different Things in Different Countries’, Governance, 23 (1): 735.

H.-J. Chang (2002a), ‘Breaking the Mould – An Institutionalist Political Economy Alternative to the Neo-Liberal Theory of the Market and the State’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 26 (5): 539559.

H.-J. Chang (ed.) (2007), Institutional Change and Economic Development, Tokyo: United Nations University Press, and London: Anthem Press.

H.-J. Chang (2011), ‘Institutions and Economic Development: Theory, Policy and History’, Journal of Institutional Economics, 7 (4): doi:10.1017/S1744137410000378.

H.-J. Chang and P. Evans (2005), ‘The Role of Institutions in Economic Change’, in G. Dymski and S. Da Paula (eds.), Reimagining Growth, London: Zed Press.

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R. Michaels (2009), ‘Comparative Law by Numbers? – Legal Origins Thesis, Doing Business Reports, and the Silence of Traditional Comparative Law’, American Journal of Comparative Law, 57 (4): 765795.

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