Essays in Institutional Economics - Duke University.
A. Finished PhD Theses Title: Developing Countries in the Context of Climate Change Mitigation and Energy. Also with the help of this general model, Part III critically explores the economics of climate change underlying the IPCC's recent assessment report AR4, as well as parts of this report. elements of an institutional structure for.
Olivier, Junius (2018) Four Essays in Historical and Institutional Economics and Economic Development. PhD thesis, University of York. Robson, Matthew (2018) Inequality Aversion and Self-Interest: An Experimental Approach.
Institutional economics is a particularly ill-defined concept, and a great deal of disagreement surrounds its meaning. Both the nature and development of institutional economics have been the subject of dispute for some sixty years; even those who claim to be institutionalists do not always agree on these issues. This thesis is an examination of the development and nature of American.
The PhD Track in Economics consists of the first two years (coursework period) of a five-year PhD program in Economics. Courses are entirely taught in English. It is aimed at students with a strong desire for research in quantitative economics. The program heavily relies on advanced quantitative methods for both theoretical and empirical analysis.
PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Acar, Yasin (2015) Essays on political economy in Turkey. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Arvaniti, Maria (2014) Essays on environmental economics. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Athanasopoulos, Thanos (2014) 3 essays on technological change and welfare. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
The process of writing this PhD dissertation has been one of the most humbling and self-reflecting experiences for me. I would like to express my gratitude to a number of people who supported me throughout this journey. I am deeply indebted to prof. Ermanno C. Tortia for his patience with me and many versions of this dissertation.
The work in this thesis has not been submitted as an application for any other qualification or degree to any other university or institute of learning. Conferences publications Alshareef, N. (2016). Institutional Determinants of British MNEs in the KSA. In proceedings of: 5th International Conference on Trade, Business, Economics and Law.