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ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiComparative Economic Systems(362:01)Reading ListProf. PaczkowskiRutgers UniversitySeptember 3, 2008Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading ListSeptember 3, 20081 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiHow to FindArticles inIRISHow to ReadArticlesProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Part IFinding and Reading ArticlesComparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading ListSeptember 3, 20082 / 41

Finding Articles in IRISComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiHow to FindArticles inIRISHow to ReadArticlesMost (not all) articles can be found through IRIS. Log onto thelibrary’s home page and follow the next screen prints.Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading ListSeptember 3, 20083 / 41

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Reading ArticlesComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiHow to FindArticles inIRISHow to ReadArticlesApproach each article looking for central ideas and concepts,not details. Almost all articles are well structured with aliterature review in the beginning, a general outline of theauthor’s argument, the analytical detail, and then a summary.Concentrate on the literature review and summary. Look forhow the general ideas relate to other concepts you alreadyknow. Some of the articles may be mathematical or statistical;skip these sections.Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading ListSeptember 3, 20087 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading icsProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Part IIIntroductionComparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading ListSeptember 3, 20088 / 41

ing icsProf. PaczkowskiS. Djankov, et al.”The New Comparative Economics”Journal of Comparative EconomicsDecember 2003, V. 31, #4Available through IRISW.C. Neale”Institutions”Journal of Economic IssuesSeptember, 1987, V. 21, #3Available through IRIST. FriedmanThe Lexus and the Olive Tree2000See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The Lexus andthe Olive Tree for a review.(Rutgers University) Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 20089 / 41

Critiques of g icsW. Baumol, et al.Good Capitalism, Bad CapitalismBook available itle Good Capitalism%2C Bad CapitalismH. Cox”The Market as God”Atlantic MonthlyMarch 1999, V. 283, #3pages 18-23Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200810 / 41

Critiques of 2:01)Reading icsM. Wolf”The Morality of the Market”Foreign PolicySeptember-October, 2003pages 47-50Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200811 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCase Studies:China andIndiaCase Studies:ChinaPart IIICase Studies: China and IndiaCase Studies:IndiaProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200812 / 41

Case Studies: China and IndiaComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCase Studies:China andIndiaCase Studies:ChinaCase Studies:IndiaAnonymous”China and India”BusinessWeekAugust 22, 2005http://www.businessweek.com/sr/sr asia.htmProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200813 / 41

ChinaComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCase Studies:China andIndiaCase Studies:ChinaCase Studies:IndiaThe following can be found in The Journal of EconomicPerspectives (Fall 1994, V. 8, #2)Perkins, D.”Completing China’s Move to the Market”Jefferson, G.H. and Rawski, T.G.”Enterprise Reform in Chinese Industry”Yusuf, S.”China’s Macroeconomic Performance and ManagementDuring Transition”Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200814 / 41

Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCase Studies:China andIndiaCase Studies:ChinaCase Studies:IndiaD.S. Landes”Why Europe and the West? Why Not China?”Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 2006, V. 20, #2 (3 - 22)Available through IRISDe Santis, H.”China and the Asian Tigers”World Policy JournalSummer 2005, V. 22, #2, (23 - 36)Landes, D.S.”Why Europe and the West? Why not China”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 2006, V. 20, #2, (3 - 22)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200815 / 41

Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCase Studies:China andIndiaCase Studies:ChinaCase Studies:IndiaThe following can be found in the American EconomicAssociation Papers and Proceedings (May 2006, V. 96, #2)Dejankov, S.”Who are China’s Entrepreneurs?”Bai, C. et al.”The Multitask Theory of State Enterprise Reform:Empirical Evidence from China”Li, D. et al.”Institutional Entrepreneurs?”Kato, T. and Long, C.”Executive Turnover and Firm Performance in China”Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200816 / 41

IndiaComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCase Studies:China andIndiaCase Studies:ChinaCase Studies:IndiaEntwistle, L.B.”Capital Comes Calling on India”World Policy JournalSummer 2005, V. 22, #2, (45 - 49)Basu, K.”The Enigma of India’s Arrival”Journal of Economic LiteratureJune 2008, V. 46, #2, (396 - 411)May not be available onlineProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200817 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCulture andEconomicsPart IVCulture and EconomicsProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200818 / 41

Culture and EconomicsComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCulture andEconomicsProf. PaczkowskiL. Guiso, et al.”Does Culture Affect Economic Outcomes?”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 2006, V. 20, #2 (23 - 48)Available through IRISL. Guiso, et al.”People’s Opium? Religion and Economic Attitudes”Journal of Monetary Economics2003, V. 50, #1 (225 - 282)Available through IRISR.M. McCleary and R.J. Barro”Religion and Economy”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 2006, V. 20, #2 (49 - 72)Available through IRIS(Rutgers University) Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200819 / 41

Culture and :01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiCulture andEconomicsR.J. Barro and R.M. McCleary”Which Countries Have State Religions?”Quarterly Journal of EconomicsNovember, 2005, V. 120, #4 (1331 - 1370)Available through IRISR.J. Barro and R.M. McCleary”Religion and Economic Growth”American Sociological ReviewOctober, 2003, V. 68, (760 - 781)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200820 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiOrganizationsand MarketsPart VOrganizationsProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200821 / 41

Organizations and MarketsComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiOrganizationsand MarketsStiglitz, J.E.”Symposium on Organizations and Economics”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1991, V. 5, #2 (15 - 24)Simon, H.A.”Organizations and Markets”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1991, V. 5, #2 (25 - 44)Sappington, D.E.M.”Incentives in Principal-Agent Relationships”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1991, V. 5, #2 (45 - 66)Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200822 / 41

Organizations and 1)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiOrganizationsand MarketsSah, R.K.”Fallibility in Human Organizations and Political Systems”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1991, V. 5, #2 (45 - 66)Nickell, S.”Is the U.S. Labor Market Really that Exceptional?”Journal of Economic LiteratureJune 2008, V. 46, #2 (384 - 397)May not be available onlineProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200823 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiIntellectualBackgroundPart VIIntellectual BackgroundProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200824 / 41

g ListProf.PaczkowskiIntellectualBackgroundProf. PaczkowskiHeilbroner, R.”Was Schumpeter Right After All?”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSummer 1993, V. 7, #3 (87 - 96)Available through IRISSylla, R.”Schumpeter Redux”Journal of Economic LiteratureJune 2006, V. 44, #2 (391 - 404)Available through IRISThe next article can be found in The New Palgrave: ADictionary of Economics, edited by J. Eatwell, M. Milgate andP. Newman (in Alexander Library reference section).Skinner, A.S.”Adam(RutgersUniversity) Smith”Comparative Economic Systems(362:01) Reading List September 3, 200825 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiInvisible HandConceptMarketsProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Part VIIInvisible Hand and MarketsComparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200826 / 41

Invisible HandComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiInvisible HandConceptMarketsThe following can be found in The New Palgrave: A Dictionaryof Economics, edited by J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman(in Alexander Library reference section).Vaughn, K.I.”Invisible Hand”Monro, D.H.”Self-Interest”Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200827 / 41

MarketsComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiInvisible HandConceptMarketsFor an introduction, albeit simple, to the market economy, seeWatts, M.What is a Market et/homepage.htmThe following can be found in The New Palgrave: A Dictionaryof Economics, edited by J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman(in Alexander Library reference section).Ledyard, J. O.”Market Failure”Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200828 / 41

1)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiInvisible HandConceptMarketsBowles, S.”Endogenous Preferences: The Cultural Consequences ofMarkets and other Economic Institutions”The Journal of Economic LiteratureMarch 1998, V. 36, #1 (75 - 111)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200829 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiTransitionfrom SocialismTransition inthe SovietUnion andEasternEuropeProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Part VIIITransitions to a New WorldComparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200830 / 41

Transitions in an EconomyComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiTransitionfrom SocialismTransition inthe SovietUnion andEasternEuropeProf. PaczkowskiMurrell, P.”How Far has the Transition Progressed”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1996, V. 10, #2 (25 - 44)Available through IRISFischer, S., et al.”Stabilization and Growth in Transition Economies: TheEarly Experience”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1996, V. 10, #2 (45 - 66)Available through IRISBrada, J.C.”Privatization is Transition - Or is it?”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1996, V. 10, #2 (67 - 86)(Rutgers University) Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200831 / 41

Transitions in an 1)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiTransitionfrom SocialismTransition inthe SovietUnion andEasternEuropeRapaczynski, A.”The Roles of the State and the Market in EstablishingProperty Rights”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSpring 1996, V. 10, #2 (87 - 104)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200832 / 41

Transition in the Soviet Union and Eastern EuropeComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiTransitionfrom SocialismTransition inthe SovietUnion andEasternEuropeProf. PaczkowskiMurrell, P.”Symposium on Transition in the Soviet Union and EasternEurope”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesFall 1991, V. 5, #4 (3 - 10)Available through IRISEricson, R.E.”The Classical Soviet-type Economy: Nature of the Systemand Implications for Reform”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesFall 1991, V. 5, #4 (11 - 28)Available through IRISBergson, A.”The USSR Before the Fall: How Poor and Why?”The Journal of Economic Perspectives(Rutgers University) Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200833 / 41

Transition in the Soviet Union and Eastern )Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiTransitionfrom SocialismTransition inthe SovietUnion andEasternEuropeWolf, T.A.”The Lessons of Limited Market-Oriented Reform”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesFall 1991, V. 5, #4 (45 - 58)Available through IRISMurrell, P.”Can Neoclassical Economics Underpin the Reform ofCentrally Planned Economies?”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesFall 1991, V. 5, #4 (59 - 76)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200834 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiEasternEuropePart IXCountry StudiesProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200835 / 41

Eastern EuropeComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiEasternEuropeThe following can be found in The Journal of EconomicPerspectives (Fall 1991, V. 5, #4). Available through IRIS.BenNer, A. et al.”The Introduction of Markets in a HypercentralizedEconomy: The Case of Romania”Brada, J.C.”The Economic Transition of Czechoslovakia from Plan toMarket”Estrin, S.”Yugoslavia: The Case of Self-Managing MarketSocialism”Hare, P.G.”Hungary: In Transition to a Market Economy”Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200836 / 41

Eastern )Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiEasternEuropeThe following can be found in The Journal of EconomicPerspectives (Fall 1991, V. 5, #4). Available through IRIS.Jackson, M.”The Rise and Decay of the Socialist Economy in Bulgaria”Wellisz, S.”Poland Under ’Solidarity’ Rule”Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200837 / 41

ComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiPart XReal GDPPopulationHumanDevelopmentIndexEconomic Performance MeasuresProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200838 / 41

Real GDPComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiReal GDPPopulationHumanDevelopmentIndexR.W. England”Measurement of social well-being: alternatives to grossdomestic product”Ecological Economics1998, V. 25 (89 - 103)Available through IRISP.A. Lawn”A theoretical foundation to support the Index ofSustainable Economic Welfare (ISEW), Genuine ProgressIndicator (GPI), and other related indexes”Ecological Economics2003, V. 44 (105 - 118)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200839 / 41

g ListProf.PaczkowskiReal GDPPopulationHumanDevelopmentIndexAnomynous”The List: Five Population Trends to Watch”September 2007www.foreignpolicy.com/story/cms.php?story id 3981&print 1Feyrer J. Feyrer, et al.”Will the stork return to Europe and Japan?Understanding fertility within developed nations.”The Journal of Economic PerspectivesSummer 2008, V. 22, #3 (3 - 22)Not available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200840 / 41

Human Development IndexComparativeEconomicSystems(362:01)Reading ListProf.PaczkowskiReal GDPPopulationHumanDevelopmentIndexA.D. Sagar and A. Najam”The human development index: a critical review”Ecological Economics1998, V. 25 (249 - 264)Available through IRISProf. Paczkowski (Rutgers University)Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 200841 / 41

the_Olive_Tree for a review. Prof. Paczkowski (Rutgers University) Comparative Economic Systems (362:01) Reading List September 3, 2008 9 / 41. Comparative Economic Systems . A Dictionary of Economics, edited by J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman (in Alexander Library reference section). Ledyard, J. O.

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