An Introduction to Institutional Coordination as An Alternate Model for Neo-Institutional Economic Analysis

  title={An Introduction to Institutional Coordination as An Alternate Model for Neo-Institutional Economic Analysis},
  author={Rub{\'e}n M{\'e}ndez Re{\'a}tegui},
In this paper, through the formulation of an alternate conceptual model, the author links the concepts of functional entrepreneurship and institutions, understood as a set of categories —formal and informal rules— showing a complex, dynamic and interactive character. Furthermore, the aim of this paper is to introduce an exploration of the concept of institutional coordination or positive institutional interaction as an essential element for neo institutional economics analysis. This aim… 

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