Tag Archives | political science

Handbook of Social Capital

When Tocqueville visited the United States in the 1830s, it was our propensity for civic association that impressed him as the key to making democracy work. "Americans of all ages, all stations in life, and all types of disposition:’ he observed, "are forever forming associations. There are not only commercial and industrial associations in which […]

Continue Reading ·

Moving Beyond Cycles of Regulation, Deregulation & Reregulation

The endless cycle of government regulation is explored in a new book, Regulation, Deregulation and Reregulation: Institutional Perspectives (Advances in New Institutional Analysis Series) by Michel Ghertman and Claude Menard. Contributors bring an international perspective, touching on a myriad of industries. While not directly focused on developing a post-subprime regulatory framework in the financial industry, […]

Continue Reading ·

Powered by WordPress. Designed by WooThemes