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Water conservation dilemma-I

26 Sep 2020 3:47 PM GMT
The first of the two-part article uses NIE+ framework to analyse the many recurring problems that plague the water sector across the world

New Institutional Economics : Climate change conundrum

19 Sep 2020 4:49 PM GMT
NIE+ framework is being used to address the increasingly pertinent yet stagnant issue of climate change

New Institutional Economics : The WTO imbroglio

5 Sep 2020 3:50 PM GMT
NIE+ framework is being used to analyse the presently faltering trajectory of the WTO and suggest a potential way out

Finding common ground

29 Aug 2020 5:57 PM GMT
NIE+ framework is being used to analyse and address the financial instability worldwide as a result of the ongoing pandemic

New Institutional Economics : Identifying social capital-II

8 Aug 2020 4:27 PM GMT
Integrating social capital into New Institutional Economics framework to derive the NIE+ framework in order to analyse public and social policy issues

New Institutional Economics: Identifying social capital

1 Aug 2020 5:35 PM GMT
Expanding the elusive idea of social capital and weaving it into the NIE framework for the purpose of better analysing public and social policy issues

Divide and conquer

11 July 2020 5:18 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to analyse the power games played by the dominant European power in India during the 17th-19th Century period and ascertaining how England managed to gain a decisive edge in the competition

Winds of fortune

27 Jun 2020 5:47 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to examine why England gained a decisive edge against its European competitors in the bid to become the supreme colonial empire between 17th-19th century

Revolution, trade & dominance

20 Jun 2020 6:13 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to understand the political, social and economic changes that led up to the competition between England, France and Holland for control of global trade between the 17th and 19th century

The guiding hand

1 April 2020 5:51 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to examine the economic growth experience of Spain and Portugal in the 15th-16th century in order to establish the importance of institutions

Pathway to development

12 March 2020 3:13 PM GMT
Using New Institutional Economics to explain different growth trajectories of various nations

Finding the right answer

3 March 2020 4:30 PM GMT
Examining the possibility of using New Institutional Economics in the field of education
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