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ArtikelHobbes to Rousseau: Inequality, Institutions and Development  
Oleh: Cervellati, Matteo ; Fortunato, Piergiuseppe ; Sunde, Uwe
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: The Economic Journal (EBSCO) vol. 118 no. 531 (Aug. 2008), page 1354.
Topik: Hobbes; Rousseau; Inequality; Institutions; Development
Fulltext: 1354.pdf (726.28KB)
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Isi artikelThis article studies the endogenous evolution of economic and political institutions and the interdependencies with the process of economic development. Favourable economic institutions in the form of a state of law and absence of societal conflict arise in equilibrium. Democracies are neither necessary nor sufficient to implement a state of law, even if they may be instrumental. Efficient oligarchies can emerge and persist supported by the consensus of all groups. A taxonomy of politico-economic equilibria shows the endogenous evolution of institutions depending on economic inequality and natural resource abundance, implying a non-monotonic relationship between inequality and institutional quality.
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