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Institutional complementarity refers to situation of interdependence among institutions. The present article presents a formal representation of institutional complementarity and discusses several economic applications of this concept.
KeywordsCorporate Governance Intellectual Property Institutional Environment Institutional Arrangement Human Capital Investment
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