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ECON 21 MS – Liste des sujets de mémoires 2012-2013

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ALDASHEV Gani

Are constraints on the executive beneficial for economic performance?

ALDASHEV Gani

Collective beliefs : Applications to risk perception ALDASHEV Gani

Role of traditional institutions in developing countries ALDASHEV Gani

Understanding pro-social behavior

ARNSPERGER
Christian
BALAND Jean-Marie

christian.arnsperger@uclouvain.be

Recent work in development economics argues that property rights protection, proxied by constraints on the executive power, are fundamental determinants of the long-run economic performance of a country. But how exactly these constraints affect economic incentives ? And, if the benefits of such constraints are so big, why some societies fail to impose them ? This thesis will explore these questions, mainly from economic history perspective.
Collective beliefs are a likely deteminant of numerous public policies. However, we still know very little about how such beliefs emerge and evolve. One key example is the perception of risk (e.g. epidemics, natural disasters). This thesis will first explore several existing descriptive studies and try to select one or several key mechanisms behind the collective belief change, and then proceed to model them theoretically.
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