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VI - a Framework for analysis?. Analysis of what, for what, how? Sketch of two application areas. Analysis for what?. The right decision (on facts and rules) avoiding the beginning of welfare decreasing path dependence, or ending an existing welfare decreasing path

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vi a framework for analysis
VI - a Framework for analysis?
  • Analysis of what, for what, how?
  • Sketch of two application areas

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analysis for what
Analysis for what?
  • The right decision (on facts and rules)
    • avoiding the beginning of welfare decreasing path dependence, or
    • ending an existing welfare decreasing path
    • within Rule-of-Law preserving constraints
    • employing a complex welfare function
    • concerning a real question

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analysis of what
Analysis of what
  • Law-system quality (rule of law)
  • For the law-system network (institutional)
  • Facing a landmark decision (constitutional)
  • In a multidisciplinary way (combined beliefs)

Example: Dutch KaZaA case 0f 2001

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analysis how 1
Analysis how (1)?
  • [Rsb] = f [Institution]
    • Data model: [C], D, [M], [R], [P], [N], [I], [F], [B]
    • Function: Behaviour is motivated by beliefs
    • Knowledge: is represented as beliefs
  • For internal coherence of institution in focus
  • For contested domain overlap between multiple institutions

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analysis how 2
Analysis how (2)?
  • Exploratory (trying to understand and represent)
    • Instantiate [Rsb]
    • Instantiate [[C], D, [M], [R], [P], [N], [I], [F], [B]]
    • Explain
  • Empirical (predict social behaviour)
    • Instantiate [[C], D, [M], [R], [P], [N], [I], [F], [B]]
    • Predict [Rsb]
    • Instantiate [Rsb]
    • Evaluate prediction

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essential references law
Essential references (law)
  • Lon F. Fuller, The Morality of Law – revised edition, Yale University Press 1969.
  • Philip Bobbitt, Constitutional Fate: Theory of the Constitution, Oxford University Press 1982.
  • Lawrence Lessig, Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace, Basic Books 1999.
  • Brian Z. Tamanaha, On the Rule of Law, Oxford University Press, 2004.

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essential references economy
Essential references (economy)
  • Hal R. Varian, Intermediate Micro Economics: a Modern Approach (seventh edition), W.W. Norton & Company 2006.
  • Ronald H. Coase, The Firm, the Market and the Law, The University of Chicago Press 1988.
  • O. Williamson, The Economics of Governance, American Economic Review, 2005.
  • Mancur Olson, Power and Prosperity, Basic Books 2000.
  • Avner Greif, Institutions and the Path to the Modern Economy: Lessons from Medieval Trade, Cambridge University Press 2006 [Chapters 2, 3 and 5].

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essential references anthropology
Essential references (anthropology)
  • Mary Douglas, Purity and Danger, Penguin 1966.
  • Mary Douglas, Natural Symbols, Routledge 1996 (1970).
  • Clifford Geertz, Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology, Basic Books 1983.
  • Philip Bobbitt, The Shield of Achilles: War Peace and the Course of History, Penguin Books 2002.

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essential references it
Essential references (IT)
  • Douglas Hofstadter, Gödel, Escher Bach, Basic Books 1979 [Chapters on formal systems and proofs]
  • Bruce Schneier, Secrets and Lies, Wiley & Sons, 2000
  • Schreiber, G., Akkermans, H., Anjewierden, Knowledge Engineering and Management, MIT Press, 2001

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two application areas
Two application areas
  • Dutch KaZaA case in 2001
  • Den Haag wants to create a ‘Secure Haven’

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