The dissertation uses for reference from modern sustainable development theory and Western New Institution Economics, based on China's practice, using positive analysis and normative analysis, theory analysis and quantitative analysis.
From the perspective of the systematic environment, systematic arrangements and systematic changes of the new systematic economics, we can probe into the way to improve a country's industrial competitive ability through specific systematic environment and rational industrial systematic arrangement.
Two lines of reasoning on very long term socio-economic change, which was a basic issue of classical economic thinking, are confronted: New Institutional Economics (NIE) and Evolutionary Economics (EE).
This essay addresses issues related to the History of Economic Thought, Comparative Economic Analysis, and Institutional Economics alluded to in Mark Perlman's "The Character of Economic Thought, Economic Characters, and Economic Institutions".
This essay argues the need for a rejoining of evolutionary and institutional economics, and suggests a way to bring the two strands together in a coherent way.
The evolution of IT innovations in Swedish organizations: a Darwinian critique of 'Lamarckian' institutional economics
Using concepts of neoinstitutional economics, such as transaction cost economics, institutional economics, property rights theory, and information economics, the development of the Open Source movement is investigated.