Challenging Institutional Analysis and Development

Zimmerman, Brianne; Hall, Joshua C.
March 2016
Review of Social & Economic Issues;Spring2016, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p132
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
A literary criticism of the book "Challenging Institutional Analysis & Development: The Bloomington School" by Paul Dragos Aligica and Peter J. Boettke is presented. The book outlines and analyze the research program created by the Ostroms. It examines the origin of the school, main themes of the research framework and theoretical work of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom.


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