Reconfiguring Institutions Across Time and Space: Syncretic Responses to Challenges of Political and Economic Transformation
This book examines how novel institutional forms emerge when actors creatively reinterpret and reconfigure imported or imposed institutional models, using case studies from East Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
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