IPPG Publications

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Title Author Date Link to Paper

Beyond Institutions: Institutions and organisations in the politics and economics of poverty reduction - a thematic synthesis of research evidence

Adrian Leftwich and Kunal Sen

September 2010

State-Business Relations and Economic Growth in sub Saharan Africa: A review of case studies in Ghana, Mauritius, South Africa and Zambia

Dirk Willem te Velde and Adrian Leftwich
September 2010

 

Effective State-Business Relations, Industrial Policy and Economic Growth: essays

Download Effective State-Business Relations, Industrial Policy and Economic Growth. This collection of essays by internationally distinguished scholars is edited by Dirk Willem te Velde (ODI-IPPG). Essays are available singly or as a complete set.

 

Title Author Date Link to Paper

Effective State-Business Relations, Industrial Policy and Economic Growth

Dirk Willem te Velde (ed)
September 2010
Introduction and overview Dirk Willem te Velde September 2010
Effective state-business relations, industrial policy and wealth creation Dirk Willem te Velde September 2010
Optimal framework for state-business relations Justin Yifu Lin September 2010
Measuring state-business relations in Africa Dirk Willem te Velde September 2010
Measuring state-business relations in Indian states

Massimiliano Cali

September 2010
Are effective relationships between the state and business the cause or effect of improved economic performance? Dirk Willem te Velde September 2010
Addressing endogeneity in state-business relations across Indian states Massimiliano Cali September 2010
Managed latecomer strategies vs. political capture: Can developing countries handle selective business promotion? Tilman Altenburg September 2010
State-business relations and economic performance in sub-Saharan Africa Dirk Willem te Velde September 2010
How state-business relations trump market forces in determining commercial success Karen Ellis September 2010
From collusion to collaboration: State-business relations and economic performance in India Kunal Sen September 2010
State-business relations and investment in Egypt Abla Abdel-Latif & Hubert Schmitz September 2010
A 10-point conclusion on state-business relations and economic performance Dirk Willem te Velde September 2010

 

Discussion Papers

IPPG Discussion Papers are research papers that report the findings of research projects undertaken in the course of IPPG work, plus initial literature surveys.

TitleAuthorDateLink to AbstractLink to Paper
The Creation of West Bengal’s Forest Underclass : An Historical Institutional Analysis of Forest Rights Deprivations

NEW

Ajit Banerjee, Soumitra Ghosh
and Oliver Springate-Baginski

December 2010 Abstract adobe

Impacting Livelihoods through Institutional Innovations: Income and Food Security from the Indian Forest Rights Act

NEW

Purnamita Dasgupta

September 2010 Abstract adobe

Obstructed Access to Forest Justice in West Bengal State Violations in the Mis-Implementation of the Forest Rights Act 2006

NEW

Ajit Banerjee, Soumitra Ghosh and Oliver Springate-Baginski

September 2010 Abstract adobe
State-Business Relations and Economic Growth in sub-Saharan Africa

NEW

Adrian Leftwich and Dirk Willem te Velde

August 2010 Abstract adobe
Obstructed Access to Forest Justice: an Institutional Analysis of the Implementation of Rights Reform in Andhra's Forested Landscapes

NEW

M. Gopinath Reddy, K. Anil Kumar, P. Trinadha Rao
and Oliver Springate-Baginski

September 2010 Abstract adobe
Investment Behaviour in a Difficult Institutional Environment

NEW

Paul Hare and Felicia Owusu Fofie

June 2010 Abstract adobe
India's Forest Rights Act -The anatomy of a necessary but not sufficient institutional reform

NEW

Madhu Sarin with Oliver Springate-Baginski

June 2010 Abstract adobe

Tungurahua: An alternative means of economic development
Final report

NEW

Marcela Alvarado, Gloria Camacho, Diego Carrión, Manuel Chiriboga, Patric Hollenstein, Carlos Larrea, Ana Isabel Larrea, Silvia Matuk, Ana Lucía Torres and Pablo Ospina Peralta (coordinator) June 2010 Abstract adobe

Do Effective State Business Relations matter for Firm Performance? - A Study of Indian Manufacturing

UPDATED

Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S. N. and Kunal Sen June 2010 Abstract adobe

The Making of Andhra's Forest Underclass: An Historical Institutional Analysis of Forest Right Deprivations

 

M Gopinath Reddy, K Anil Kumar, P Trinadha Rao and Oliver Springate-Baginski June 2010 Abstract adobe

Access to Public Infrastructure, Institutional Thickness and Pro-Poor Growth in Rural Peru

 

Javier Escobal and Carmen Ponce May 2010 Abstract adobe

The Impact of Regulatory and Institutional Arrangements on Agricultural Markets and Poverty: A case study of Tanzania's Coffee Market

 

Shireen Mahdi May 2010 Abstract

How did the Indian Forest Rights Act, 2006, emerge?

 

Indranil Bose May 2010 Abstract

"Leaving farmers as orphans": Agricultural privitisation and reform of farmer organisations in Mali

 

Isaie Dougnon, Siaka Sanogo,
Bakary Coulibaly, Abdoul Karim Diamoutene
and John Morton
May 2010 Abstract

Formal-Informal Institutional Linkages in the Nigerian Agribusiness sector and implications for pro-poor growth

 

Aderibigbe S. Olomola April 2010 Abstract

Are State Business Relations important to Economic Growth? Evidence from Mauritius

 

Sawkut Rojid
Boopen Seetanah
& Ramessur Shalini
March 2010 Abstract

State-Business Relations and Economic Performance in Ghana

 

Charles Ackah,
Ernest Aryeetey,
Joseph Ayee & Ezekiel Clottey

March 2010 Abstract
State, Business and Growth in Post-Apartheid South Africa Nicoli Nattrass & Jeremy Seekings January 2010 Abstract

State-Business Relations and Manufacturing Productivity Growth in India

RECENTLY UPDATED

Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S N & Kunal Sen November 2009 Abstract
Industrialising West Bengal? : The case of institutional stickiness Deepita Chakravarty and Indranil Bose November 2009 Abstract
State Business Relations and Performance of Manufacturing Sector in Andhra Pradesh - A Case Study G Alivelu, K Srinivasulu & M Gopinath Reddy November 2009 Abstract
The institutional determinants of informalisation and its effects on growth and poverty in India

Dibyendu Maiti and Sugata Marjit

November 2009 Abstract

Do Effective State Business Relations Matter for Economic Growth? Evidence from Indian States

RECENTLY UPDATED

Massimiliano Cali & Kunal Sen

November 2009 Abstract
How non-state actors lobby to influence budget outcomes in Zambia  Samuel M. Bwalya, Ezekiel Phiri & Kelvin Mpembamoto October 2009 Abstract PDF

Redressing 'historical injustice' through the Indian Forest Rights Act 2006:
A Historical Institutional analysis of contemporary forest rights reform

O. Springate-Baginski, M. Sarin, S. Ghosh,
P. Dasgupta, I. Bose,
A. Banerjee, K. Sarap,
P. Misra, S. Behera, M.G Reddy and P.T. Rao

September 2009 Abstract PDF

Institutions, Networks and Industrialisation:
Field level evidence of fragmentation and flexibility from India

Dibyendu Maiti September 2009 Abstract PDF

State-Business Relations in Indian states:
Paper towards constructing an effective SBR index for Indian states

Massimiliano Cali, Siddhartha Mitra & Purnima Purohit

August 2009 Abstract PDF icon
Growth and three-dimensional poverty in Sub-Sahara Africa: Does Legislative Democracy Play a Role?Jean Claude SahaMarch 2009Abstract
State-Business Relations – Concepts and Methods:

Analysing the Politics of State Business Relations - a methodological concept note on the historical institutionalist approach

Adrian Leftwich January 2009AbstractPDF

State-Business Relations – Concepts and Methods:

Analysing the Economics of State-Business Relations - a summary guide

Dirk Willem to Velde January 2009 Abstract PDF
Institutions and MoralityJohn MortonDecember 2008Abstract
Institutions and Agricultural Growth in Bolivia & New ZealandSteve WigginsOctober 2008AbstractPDF – 988KB
Exploring the Politics of Land Reforms in Malawi: A Case Study of the Community Based Rural Land Development Programme (CBRLDP)Blessings ChinsingaSeptember 2008AbstractPDF – 379KB
Informal Institutions in Transition: How Vietnam's Private Sector Boomed without Legal ProtectionLiesbet Steer & Kunal SenAugust 2008AbstractPDF – 451KB
Land Tenure, Farm Investments and Food Production in MalawiEphraim ChirwaJuly 2008Abstract PDF – 322KB
Towards a Territorial Approach for Rural DevelopmentAlexander Schejtman & Julio BerdeguéApril 2008AbstractPDF – 737KB
The Role of Institutions in Rural Territories that have Undergone Land ReformManuel Chiriboga VegaNovember 2007AbstractPDF – 305KB
The Institutional Architecture of Two Rural Communities – 2 partner papersManuel A. Garretón & Eduardo RamirezOctober 2007AbstractPDF paper 1 / PDF paper 2
The Political Approach to Institutional Formation, Maintenance and ChangeAdrian LeftwichOctober 2007AbstractPDF – 500KB
Institutional Architecture and Pro-Poor Growth in the Office du Niger: Responses from Farmer OrganisationsIsaie Dougnon & Lamissa B. CoulibalyAugust 2007AbstractPDF – 456KB
Transaction Costs and Institutional Arrangements in Potato Marketing by Small Producers in Rural PeruJavier Escobal & Denice CaveroJune 2007AbstractPDF – 673KB
The Role of Organisations in the Growth of Rural Non-Farm Sector in BangladeshAtiur Rahman, Taiabur Rahman & Taifur RahmanJune 2007AbstractPDF – 325KB
The Decline and Recent Resurgence of the Manufacturing Sector of West Bengal: Implications for Pro-Poor Growth from an Institutional Point of ViewAjitava Raychaudhuri & Gautam Kumar BasuJune 2007AbstractPDF – 406KB
Institutions, Growth and Poverty in Bolivia: Obstacles to Broad-based GrowthGeorge Gray MolinaJune 2007AbstractPDF – 465KB
State-Business Relationships and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan AfricaKunal Sen & Dirk Willem te VeldeJune 2007AbstractPDF – 324KB
The Politics of State-Business Relationships in MalawiHenry Chingaipe & Adrian LeftwichJune 2007AbstractPDF – 459KB
State-Business Relations, Investment Climate Reform & Firm Productivity in Sub-Saharan AfricaMahvash Qureshi & Dirk Willem te VeldeJune 2007AbstractPDF – 474KB
State-Business Relations and Firm Performance in ZambiaMahvash Qureshi and Dirk Willem te VeldeMarch 2007AbstractPDF – 586KB
Measuring State-Business Relations in Sub-Saharan AfricaDirk Willem te VeldeNovember 2006AbstractPDF – 473KB
Institutions & development: what we (think we) know, what we would like to knowPaul Hare & Junior DavisApril 2006AbstractPDF – 674KB
Institutions & Pro-Poor Growth: towards a framework for quantitative analysisKunal Sen, Dirk Wilem te Velde, Steve Wiggins & Massimiliano CaliApril 2006 AbstractPDF – 585KB
Notes on a Historical Institutionalist Approach to the IPPG Agenda John HarrissApril 2006AbstractPDF – 275KB

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Briefing Papers

IPPG Briefing Papers are short papers that identify and discuss a particular theme, problem or concept in the analysis of institutions and institutional interactions. See guidance notes for authors.

TitleAuthorDateLink to Paper

Models of Contract Farming for Pro-Poor Growth in Nigeria

Aderibigbe S Olomola
August 2010

Do Effective State-Business Relations Matter for Economic Growth? Evidence from India States

Max Cali and Kunal Sen
November 2009
State-Business Relations and Economic Performance in Ghana Charles Ackah,
Ernest Aryeetey, Joseph Ayee, Ezekiel Clottey
December 2009
Industrialising West Bengal?: The case of institutional stickiness Deepita Chakravarty & Indranil Bose November 2009
State Business Relations and Performance of Manufacturing Sector in Andhra Pradesh - A Case Study G Alivelu, K Srinivasulu & M Gopinath Reddy November 2009
State-Business Relations in India States: Measurement, Analysis and Implications Siddhartha Mitra November 2009
The joys and pitfalls of doing an historical institutionalist inquiry in Malawi Henry Chingaipe September 2009
Growth and Multi-dimensional poverty in Sub-Sahara Africa: does Legislative Democracy Play a Role?Jean Claude SahaMarch 2009Link to Briefing Paper 25 – 189KB
The Economics and Politics of Land Reform in Malawi World Bank, LilongweEphraim Chirwa & Blessings ChinsingaJanuary 2009Link to Briefing Paper 24 – 139KB
Formal versus Informal Institutional Change in India's Growth AccelerationKunal SenFebruary 2009Link to Briefing Paper 23 – 169KB
Industrial Growth in Post-Reform India: Geography or Institutions?Kunal SenJanuary 2009Link to Briefing Paper 22 – 160KB
The Global Financial Crisis and Institutions: the Evolving Role of State-Business RelationsAdrian Leftwich, Nicoli Nattrass, Kunal Sen & Dirk Willem te VeldeJanuary 2009Link to Briefing Paper 21 – 108KB
The Economics and Politics of Land Reforms in Malawi: A Case Study of the Community Based Rural Land Development Programme (CBRLDP)Ephraim W. Chirwa & Blessings ChisingaDecember 2008Link to Briefing Paper 20 – 216KB
African Growth – Forgotten IssuesDirk Willem te VeldeMarch 2008Link to Briefing Paper 19 – 295KB
Economic Institutions Matter, But They Are Not the Full StoryPaul HareMarch 2008Link to Briefing Paper 18 – 268KB
Mali Research Brief Number 5 – Local Institutions and Pro-Poor Growth: Kadiolo District Case StudyA. Olukoshi, I. Dougnon, A. Traoré, B.L. Coulibaly, E. Sall, J. Morton & K. SenOctober 2007Link to Briefing Paper 17 – 298KB
Mali Research Brief Number 4 – Institutions and Pro-Poor Growth in Mali: the case of Microfinance InstitutionsA. Olukoshi, I. Dougnon, A. Traoré, B.L. Coulibaly, E. Sall, J. Morton & K. SenOctober 2007Link to Briefing Paper 16 – 289KB
Mali Research Brief Number 3 – A National Institution for Pro-Poor Growth: the CMDT and the Cotton ZoneA. Olukoshi, I. Dougnon, A. Traoré, B.L. Coulibaly, E. Sall, J. Morton & K. SenOctober 2007Link to Briefing Paper 15 – 261KB
Mali Research Brief Number 2 – A National Institution for Pro-Poor Growth: Agribusiness versus Household Farming in the Office du NigerA. Olukoshi, I. Dougnon, A. Traoré, B.L. Coulibaly, E. Sall, J. Morton & K. SenOctober 2007Link to Briefing Paper 14 – 284KB
Mali Research Brief Number 1 – Institutions and Pro-Poor Growth in Mali: overview and conclusions of an exploratory studyA. Olukoshi, I. Dougnon, A. Traoré, B.L. Coulibaly, E. Sall, J. Morton & K. SenOctober 2007Link to Briefing Paper 13 – 255KB
State-Business Relations, Investment Climate Reform and Economic Performance in Sub-Saharan AfricaDirk Willem te VeldeJune 2007Link to Briefing Paper 12 – 334KB
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The Importance of Institutionalising? Structured Consultations in Evaluating Trade Proposals: Lessons from India's Experience and their Wider Relevance
Julius SenMarch 2007Link to Briefing Paper 11 – 439KB
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Institutions for Facilitating Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): Issues for BEPZA, Bangladesh
M. Abu Eusuf, ABM Omor Faruque & Atiur RahmanMarch 2007Link to Briefing Paper 10 – 461KB
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The Interaction of International and National Institutions: Implications for Agriculture in West Bengal
Indranil BoseMarch 2007Link to Briefing Paper 9 – 408KB
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'Real Markets' in Rural Bangladesh: Institutions, Market Interactions and the Reproduction of Inequality
Taifur RahmanMarch 2007Link to Briefing Paper 8 – 413KB
Trade Liberalisation and Export Growth: an Institutional PerspectivePaul HareMarch 2007Link to Briefing Paper 7 – 264KB
Institutions and Economic Growth in BoliviaSteve Wiggins, Alexander Schejtman, George Gray & Carlos ToranzoNovember 2006Link to Briefing Paper 6 – 286KB
Whither Business Regulation? Institutions and Private Sector DevelopmentDirk Willem te VeldeNovember 2006Link to Briefing Paper 5 – 272KB
Institutions and Trade LiberalismPaul HareJuly 2006Link to Briefing Paper 4 – 257KB
Economic InstitutionsSteve Wiggins & Junior DavisJuly 2006 Link to Briefing Paper 3 – 267KB
Institutions and State-Business RelationsJohn HarrissJune 2006Link to Briefing Paper 2 – 254KB
What are Institutions?Adrian LeftwichJanuary 2006Link to Briefing Paper 1 – 260KB

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