The Economics Faculty of the Universidad Externado de Colombia has created a space for reflection centred on institutional economics. This effort is driven by the conviction that in today’s world a political and the economic systems are undergoing a new development phase. Understanding this development phase is a challenge for social researchers, research centres and organizations which seek social welfare, the development of political institutions and a better market performance.
The Journal of Institutional Economics (ISSN: 0124-5996; E-ISSN: 2346-2450) is a pluralistic biannual publication. It aims to disseminate theoretical and practical research of national and international authors in the broad field of institutional economics. It seeks to disseminate and submit for discussion theoretical and methodological advances to conform an academic community congregated around free examination. It is targeted to undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and professionals interested in economic development, welfare economics, international economics, economic thought, institutionalism, economic history, political institutions, industrial organization, public policies, among other themes in the social sciences.
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