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Acemoglu, D. — Johnson, S. (2005): Unbundling Institutions. Journal of Political Economy 113(5): 949–995. Johnson S. Unbundling Institutions

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1955 through another decree of the Council of Ministers. From that point on, it gradually became one of Hungary's leading scholarly institutions, reaching a standard of quality that was in many respects on a par with that of other European bodies, and

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Empirical Investigation . The American Economic Review , 91 ( 5 ): 1369 – 1401 . Ahlerup , P. – Olsson , O. – Yanagizawa , D. ( 2009 ): Social Capital vs Institutions in the

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transition process. Yet how ready is BiH for the rigours of membership? The European Commission, in its 2019 avis on BiH's application, highlighted great deficiencies in both the political/institutional and economic realms ( European Commission 2019 ). In

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modest but less explored mapping, that of single scientific institutions. The scope is to achieve a global point of view on the institutions that no individual can have, in order to understand their organization, their strong and weak points, the papers

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1 Introduction Healthcare institutions like hospitals are complex organizations requiring excessive amounts of energy to ensure continuity of service provision ( Zaza et al. 2022 ). Healthcare institutions are subdivided into several functioning

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.heritagefundation.com. Kornai, J. (1992): The Socialist System. Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Socialist System. Rodrik, D. (1992): Institutions for high quality

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2011 Carlin, W. (2011): Eastern German development: Good institutions are not enough. Journal for Institutional omparisons 9(1): 28

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Institutional Economics of Corvinus University Budapest. References Alford , J. ( 2014 ): The Multiple Facets of Co-Production: Building on the Work

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Acemoglu , D. – Robinson , J. A. ( 2008 ): Persistence of Power, Elites, and Institutions . American Economic Review, American Economic Association , 98 ( 1 ): 267 – 293 . Akçay

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