A Model of a Rule of Law and a Rule of Man : Implications for the Design of Institutions

Chu, Ke-Young (2004). A Model of a Rule of Law and a Rule of Man : Implications for the Design of Institutions. UNU-WIDER.

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    Author Chu, Ke-Young
    Title A Model of a Rule of Law and a Rule of Man : Implications for the Design of Institutions
    Volume/Issue No. 2004/65
    Publication Date 2004
    Place of Publication Helsinki
    Publisher UNU-WIDER
    Pages 36
    Language eng
    Abstract

    Findings of cross-cultural psychology suggest that different approaches to rule enforcement have cultural roots. Individualist societies have established a rule of law, in which rules prevail; collectivist societies have a rule of man, which allows discre

    Keyword Informal sector (economics)
    Institutional economics
    Copyright Holder UNU-WIDER
    Copyright Year 2004
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
    ISSN 18102611
    ISBN 9789291906628
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