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Institutions , according to Samuel P. Huntington , are "stable, valued, recurring patterns of behavior". Hodgson , it is misleading to say that an institution is a form of behavior.
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Jean-Philippe Platteau. Institutions, Social Norms and Economic Development. Centre of Research in the Economics of Development. Harwood Academic Publishers. Platteau, Jean-Philippe.
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The Importance of Institutions to Economic Development
Social norms are regarded as collective representations of acceptable group conduct as well as individual perceptions of particular group conduct. In the field of social psychology, the roles of norms are emphasized—which can guide behavior in a certain situation or environment as "mental representations of appropriate behavior". A message can target the former dimension by describing high levels of voter turnout in order to encourage more turnout. Norms also can be changed contingent on the observed behavior of others how much behavior is exhibited. Social norms can be thought of as: "rules that prescribe what people should and should not do given their social surroundings" known as milieu, sociocultural context and circumstances.
Cross-country empirical analyses, in combination with micro-level studies, provide strong support for the overwhelming importance of institutions in predicting the level of development in countries around the world Hall and Jones, ; Acemoglu, Johnson and Robinson, Protection of property rights, effective law enforcement, and efficient bureaucracies, together with a broad range of norms and civic mores, are found to be strongly correlated to better economic performance over time. This essay aims to explain why institutions are important to economic development and to provide evidence for the arguments made. It argues that institutions support economic development through four broad channels: determining the costs of economic transactions, determining the degree of appropriability of return to investment, determining the level for oppression and expropriation, and determining the degree to which the environment is conducive to cooperation and increased social capital. Evidence is derived from the literature, from comparison of countries, and from examples at the micro level.
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Institutions, Social Norms and Economic Development
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Our case studies involve a variety of methodological approaches, and prioritise research that analyses interactions between formal and informal institutions in relation to growth and development. Focus of the study Private sector development and the entrepreneurial activity that drives it are central to economic growth. To function well, the private sector requires institutions that clearly define property rights and enforce contracts.
The understanding of the dynamics of social mobilization and change has moved beyond public health and legal approaches. There is now greater appreciation of the role of social norms in promoting or hindering development and the protection of human rights. Moreover, there is evidence that gender inequality — which is one of the main root causes of many of the negative realities that women and children face — persists because of the presence of a set of social norms. There is also a clearer conceptualization and evidence on the dynamics required for changing harmful social norms and strengthening positive ones. In the light of these advances, the Penn Social Norms Group offers training and consulting on understanding, measuring and changing social norms. For the full accounts of Prof. Also consider taking the Social Norms Coursera.
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