The Olympics: Culture vs. Institutions. READING ASSIGNMENT: Bernard, Andrew B. and Meghan R. Busse. 2004. Who Wins the Olympic Games: Economic Resources and Medal Totals. The Review of Economics and Statistics 86 (1):413-417. Plan. Making domestic institutions personal
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Bernard, Andrew B. and Meghan R. Busse. 2004. Who Wins the Olympic Games: Economic Resources and Medal Totals. The Review of Economics and Statistics 86 (1):413-417.
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How can you achieve these goals if you only invest in the athletics of half of your population?
The USA has an institutional solution (Title IX) which is upheld by other institutions (independent judiciary)
Study the incentives and constraints of actors
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