Institutional Change and the Importance of Understanding Shared Mental Models
SUMMARY Arthur Denzau and Douglass North’s paper “Shared Mental Models: Ideologies and Institutions” seeks to explain differences in economic performance across time and space recognizing that under conditions of uncertainty actors base their decisions “in part upon […] myths, dogmas, ideologies, an...
Shughart, William F
Thomas, Diana W
Thomas, Michael D
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|published in:||Kyklos (Basel) Vol. 73; no. 3; pp. 371 - 391|
|Data of publication:||August 2020|
|Discipline:||Social Sciences (General)
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
William F. Shughart II (corresponding author) Utah State University. email: email@example.com. Diana W. Thomas, Creighton University, firstname.lastname@example.org. Michael D. Thomas, Creighton University, email@example.com. 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, and Vernon L. Smith.
s spring forum on “quality and innovation” that is co‐hosted each year with Southern Utah University. We are indebted to two referees for their valuable comments that resulted in the final version of this paper.
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