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Культура и институты. Часть I

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2016-10-82-111

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Во многих эмпирических работах, авторы которых оценивают различные особенности культуры, показано, что культура влияет на результаты экономической деятельности. Статья посвящена воздействию этих факторов в одном конкретном аспекте - взаимосвязи культуры и институтов. Вопрос рассматривается с теоретической, эмпирической и исторической точек зрения, чтобы оценить наличие причинно-следственной связи между культурой и институтами. В первой части статьи даны основные определения и обсуждаются проблемы количественного анализа этой взаимосвязи. Приведена карта основных культурных характеристик, используемых в экономике, и корреляций между ними.

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JEL: D02, D72, I32, J12, Z13

Об авторах

А. Алесина
Гарвардский университет; Университет Боккони
Соединённые Штаты Америки
проф., Гарвардский университет (Кембридж, Массачусетс, США) и Университет Боккони (Милан, Италия)


П. Джулиано
Калифорнийский университет
Соединённые Штаты Америки
проф., Высшая школа управления им. Д. Андерсона при Калифорнийском университете в Лос-Анджелесе (Калифорния, США)


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