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The author would like to thank Philippe Dulbecco, Philip Keefer, Scott Gehlbach, Mary Shirley, Lee Benham, Claude Menard, John Nye, Alexandra Benham, participants of the Ronald Coase Institute Workshop on Institutional Analysis, participants of the 10th annual conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics (ISNIE), participants of seminars at CERDI, James Dorn, and an anonymous referee for helpful comments and suggestions on earlier versions of this article.
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* We thank the journal editor, two anonymous referees, and seminar participants at the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) sessions at the AEA meetings, the University of Maryland, Harvard University, Harvard's Center for Business and Government, Yale University, the Santa Barbara Workshop on Environmental Economics, the World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, the AERE sessions at the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) meetings, and the International Society for New Institutional Economics (ISNIE) conference.
We are grateful to Max Albert, Vanessa Mertins, Dieter Schmidtchen, Teodor Sedlarski and the participants of the conference Economic Transformations in Transition Countries (20-22 September 2006, Golden Sands, Bulgaria) as well as the 11th ISNIE conference (21-23 June 2007, Reykjavik, Iceland), participants at seminars at Saarland University (July 2006) and Justus-Liebig-University (June 2007) and the anonymous reviewer for comments on earlier versions of this paper.
Helpful comments and suggestions were provided by Christopher Clague, Philip Keefer, Robert Klitgaard, anonymous referees, and seminar participants at George Mason University, the 1999 ISNIE Conference, the 2000 Public Choice Society meetings, and the 2000 American Political Science Association annual meetings.