The official blog of the Journal of Institutional Economics
Author: Nikhilesh Sinha
Nikhilesh Sinha teaches courses at the Hult International Business School London, where he is also a Research Fellow. While his primary discipline is economics, his research draws on the wider social sciences and is focused on issues facing the poor in developing countries, particularly in Asia and Africa. He has published most recently on rental housing and on the 2010 Microfinance Crisis in India.
Geoffrey M Hodgson JOIE Editor-in-Chief The previously-announced citation impact factor for JOIE turns out to be incorrect. A much higher corrected figure has now been published. The citation impact f...Read More
Summary of JOIE article “Money and its institutional substitutes: the role of exchange institutions in human cooperation”, by Cameron Harwick (George Mason University, USA). The full article is av...Read More
Summary of JOIE article “Imposed Institutions and Preferences for Redistribution”, by Alberto Chong (Georgia State University, USA) and Mark Gradstein (Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)....Read More
The study of institutions have been a long-standing issue in economics. It was at the core of many significant schools of thought at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th, espec...Read More