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" North (1990: 3), we define institutions as a set of rules, formal or informal, that actors generally follow, whether for normative, cognitive, or material reasons, and organizations as durable entities with formally recognized members, whose rules also... "
Varieties of Capitalism: The Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage - Page 9
edited by - 2001 - 556 pages
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Le travail indépendant: Un révélateur des mutations du travail

Martine D'Amours - Business & Economics - 2006 - 229 pages
...Soskice : « Follotving North (1990, p. 3), we define institutions as a set of rules, formai or informai, that actors generally follow, whether for normative,...recognized members, whose rules also contribute to thé institutions of thé political economy. » (2001, p. 9). Elle est aussi reprise par Coriat et...
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European Tradition of 'Voice'

Oliver Heiden - 2007 - 29 pages
...definitions of 'institutions' and 'organisations' on these of Hall and Soskice's, ie institutions are "a set of rules, formal or informal, that actors generally...normative, cognitive or material reasons, and organizations (are defined) as durable entities with formally-recognized members, whose rules also contribute to...
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Institutional Conflicts and Complementarities: Monetary Policy and Wage ...

Robert Franzese, Peter Mooslechner, Martin Schürz - Business & Economics - 2004 - 294 pages
...encouraging them to acquire switchable assets, such as general skills or multi-purpose technologies. The Role of Institutions and Organizations Institutions,...reasons, and organizations as durable entities with formally-recognized members, whose rules also contribute to the institutions of the political economy.9...
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