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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2009.tde-12032010-125421
Document
Author
Full name
Luis Enrique Urtubey de Cesaris
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Taylor, Matthew Mac Leod (President)
Couto, Claudio Gonçalves
Marques, Eduardo Cesar Leão
Title in Portuguese
Reconceitualizando o Institucionalismo Histórico: path dependence, agencia e mudança institucional
Keywords in Portuguese
Path dependence
Desenvolvimento institucional
Institucionalismo Histórico
Mecanismos explicativos
Mudança institucional
Abstract in Portuguese
O núcleo desta dissertação é desenvolver um conceito de path dependence mais parcimonioso, coerente e útil, seja teoricamente ou em estudos empíricos. Neste sentido, o insight fundamental é que se partimos de uma conceitualização mais dinâmica, baseada mais em externalidades negativas do que em rendimentos crescentes, o conceito de path dependence pode ser inerentemente mais operacionalizável, robusto e ressoar melhor com a literatura e os estudos Institucionalistas Históricos. O conceito de path dependence pode também ser mais compatível com várias elaborações realizadas dentro do próprio Institucionalismo Histórico sobre questões como mudança institucional, mecanismos explicativos, complementaridade, idéias e agência, e, portanto, enriquecer-se graças aos mesmos.
Title in English
Reconceptualizing the Historical Institutionalism: path dependence, agency and institutional change
Keywords in English
Historical Institutionalism
Institutional change
Institutional development
Path dependence
Social mechanisms
Abstract in English
The objective of this dissertation is to develop a more parsimonious, coherent and useful concept of path dependence, both theoretically and empirically. Its fundamental insight is that with a more dynamic conceptualization, based more in negative externalities than in increasing returns, the concept of path dependence can be inherently more robust and resonate better with the literature and Historical Institutionalist studies. The concept of path dependence can also be more compatible with several theoretical developments which have arisen within Historical Institutionalism regarding questions such as institutional change, social mechanisms, complementarities, ideas, agency and, therefore, to be enriched by them.
 
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Publishing Date
2010-03-12
 
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