- The State and State-Building
- Development of Civil Society
- Economic Institutions
- Exclusion, Inclusion, and Political Institutions
- Analyzing Constitutions
- Comparative Constitutions
- American Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations
- Comparative Federalism
- Territorial Institutions
- Executives—The American Presidency
- Executives In Parliamentary Government
- Comparative Executive–Legislative Relations
- Public Bureaucracies
- The Welfare State
- The Regulatory State?
- Legislative Organization
- Comparative Legislative Behavior
- Comparative Local Governance
- Judicial Institutions
- The Judicial Process and Public Policy
- Political Parties In and Out of Legislatures
- Electoral Systems
- Direct Democracy
- International Political Institutions
- International Security Institutions: Rules, Tools, Schools, or Fools?
- International Economic Institutions
- International NGOs
Abstract and Keywords
This article discusses the concept of economic institutions and its relationship with political institutions. It looks at economic institutions and institutionalism, economic institutions and economic regulation, and economic institutions and capitalism. The last section of the article discusses economic institutions and democratic government. The article also introduces the concept of principal-agent problems.
Michael Moran is W. J. M. Mackenzie Professor of Government in the School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester.
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