2004 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1999 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
1998 - Fellow of the MacArthur Foundation
Avner Greif spends much of his time researching Enforcement, Reputation, Institutional analysis, Economic system and Commit. His Enforcement study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Middle Ages and Law and economics. His Reputation course of study focuses on Market economy and Institutional economics.
His research integrates issues of Information asymmetry, Agency and Mechanism in his study of Institutional economics. His Economic system research focuses on Democracy and how it connects with Political economy. His Positive economics study deals with Cleavage intersecting with Institution.
His primary areas of investigation include Enforcement, Political economy, Politics, China and Economic history. His Enforcement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Law and economics, Social organization, State and Reputation. Avner Greif has included themes like Agency and Market economy in his Reputation study.
Avner Greif combines subjects such as Elite and Institutional analysis with his study of Political economy. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economic Justice, Property rights, Narrative and Economy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic growth, Clan, Economic system and Luck in addition to China.
His scientific interests lie mostly in China, Industrial Revolution, Industrialisation, Economic history and Coercion. His study in China is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enforcement and Economic system. His work in Enforcement tackles topics such as Loyalty which are related to areas like Social organization and Political economy.
His Economic system research includes themes of State, Representation, Politics and Property rights. Avner Greif works mostly in the field of Economic history, limiting it down to concerns involving Capitalism and, occasionally, Entrepreneurship and Economy. His research investigates the connection with Social constructionism and areas like Positive economics which intersect with concerns in Economic growth.
His primary areas of study are Positive economics, Argument, China, Enforcement and State. His work carried out in the field of Positive economics brings together such families of science as Criticism and Industrial Revolution. His Argument research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phenomenon, Diversity, Intervention, Collective action and Sanctions.
His China study combines topics in areas such as Representation, Economic system, Property rights and Coercion. His Enforcement research includes elements of Loyalty, Political economy, Clan, Corporation and Politics. His State study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Economic growth.
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Contract enforceability and economic institutions in early trade: The Maghribi Traders' Coalition
The American Economic Review (1993)
Cultural Beliefs and the Organization of Society: A Historical and Theoretical Reflection on Collectivist and Individualist Societies
Journal of Political Economy (1994)
Institutions and the path to the modern economy
Reputation and Coalitions in Medieval Trade: Evidence on the Maghribi Traders
The Journal of Economic History (1989)
Coordination, Commitment, and Enforcement: The Case of the Merchant Guild
Avner Greif;Paul Milgrom;Barry R. Weingast.
Journal of Political Economy (1994)
Analytic Narratives Revisited
Robert H. Bates;Avner Greif;Margaret Levi;Jean-Laurent Rosenthal.
Social Science History (2000)
A Theory of Endogenous Institutional Change
Avner Greif;David D. Laitin.
American Political Science Review (2004)
Historical and Comparative Institutional Analysis
The American Economic Review (1998)
Commitment, Coercion and Markets: The Nature and Dynamics of Institutions Supporting Exchange
Social Science Research Network (2008)
The fundamental problem of exchange: A research agenda in Historical Institutional Analysis
European Review of Economic History (2000)
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