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“The Life & Legacy of Douglass North” Conference

ICSID Director Andrei Yakovlev presented his paper "Mobilizing Law in Developing Countries: Some Implications from Russian ‘Limited Access Order’" at “The Life & Legacy of Douglass North” Conference that took place at George Mason University in Arlington, the USA, on March 2-3.

“The Life & Legacy of Douglass North” Conference

The conference was organized by the Mercatus Center, and celebrated the 25th anniversary of Douglass North's Nobel Prize in Economics. North was a leading American economist whose work contributed greatly to economic history, institutional economics, and the study of transitioning economies. Professors Barry Weingast, Lee Alston, and John Nye hosted the event that was structured around five key periods in North’s career: 1) Cliometrics and Measurement; 2) Relative Prices, Property Rights, and Transaction Costs; 3) Institutions; 4) Belief and Cognition; and 5) Violence.

Professor Yakovlev presented his paper "Mobilizing Law in Developing Countries: Some Implications from Russian ‘Limited Access Order’".