Shared Mental Models: Insights and Perspectives on Ideologies and Institutions
SUMMARY This article leads off a special symposium comprised of a select group of public choice economists and political scientists that assembled to reflect on the important contribution that Arthur T. Denzau and Douglass C. North’s seminal piece on Shared Mental Models (1993) has made over the las...
Roy, Ravi K
Denzau, Arthur T
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|published in:||Kyklos (Basel) Vol. 73; no. 3; pp. 323 - 340|
|Data of publication:||August 2020|
|Discipline:||Social Sciences (General)
and its editorial team for publishing this special symposium on Shared Mental Models in honor of Doug North. We are also deeply indebted to Reiner Eichenerger and Alois Stutzer, and especially David Stadelmann for their support. We are also very grateful to Bruno S. Frey and René L. Frey, who agreed to publish the original article by Denzau and North in 1994.
Ravi K. Roy (corresponding author): Southern Utah University. email: email@example.com. Arthur T. Denzau: Sultan Qaboos University. Acknowledgements: This paper is inspired by the meeting of the “The Bryce Canyon Society.” Participants included Arthur T. Denzau, Ronil Hira, Michael C. Munger, Ravi K. Roy, William F. Shughart III, and Vernon L. Smith.
is publishing the papers from the forum in this special symposium honoring Douglass North and his foundational work in “New Institutional Economics” (NIE.) The 2018 gathering in Bryce Canyon was held in connection with The W. Edwards Deming Institute©’s spring forum on “quality and innovation” that is co‐hosted each year with Southern Utah University. The authors of this lead article are deeply indebted to
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