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(p. xi) List of Tables

(p. xi) List of Tables

  1. Table 2.1 Contextual and institutional sources of institutional change 56

  2. Table 3.1 Subjective game model of institutionalization 67

  3. Table 6.1 Truth table: Ragin and Sonnett data on the welfare state 146

  4. Table 6.2 Mapping limited diversity and assessing simplifying assumptions 157

  5. Table 6.3 Hall and Gingerich's data converted to Boolean values 158

  6. Table 6.4 Configurational analysis of causal determinants of growth for Hall and Gingerich data 160

  7. Table 11.1 Comparative data on financial systems for selected countries (percentage of GDP) 316

  8. Table 13.1 Ideal types of competition models 368

  9. Table 13.2 Conditions supporting the dominance of competitive models 375

  10. Table 13.3 Effects of the changing business environment on conditions affecting competition models 383

  11. Table 13.4 Expected effects of the changing business environment on established competition models 389

  12. Table 16.1 Ideal types of firms and their organizational capabilities 463

  13. Table 16.2 Institutional features affecting firm characteristics 468

  14. Table 16.3 Expected connections between institutional features and characteristics of leading firms 474

  15. Table 16.4 Institutional features associated with different ideal types of firms 478

  16. Table 16.5 International authority sharing and careers in MNCs from different institutional regimes 482

  17. Table 17.1 Index of employment protection legislation: summary scores 506

  18. Table 17.2 Marsden's varieties of employment systems 513

  19. Table 19.1 Indicators of transformation of economic institutions 570

  20. Table 19.2 Economic performance of neo‐liberal and neo‐patrimonial regimes during the first phase of transition 573

  21. Table 19.3 Economic performance of neo‐liberal and neo‐patrimonial regimes during the second phase of transition 575

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  23. Table 19.4 Neo‐patrimonial and neo‐liberal regimes: comparison of economic institutions and the great distributive systems during the second phase of transition 580

  24. Table 22.1 The extension of the trade model 633

  25. Table 23.1 Two kinds of change 668

  26. Table 23.2 The concept of development 669

  27. Table 23.3 Development and capitalist development 678

  28. Table 23.4 Two types of political–economic institutions 679

  29. Table 23.5 Institutional change and capitalist development 684