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041 0  eng 
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100 1  Miah, Mohammad Dulal,|eauthor 
245 10 Power, property rights, and economic development :|bthe 
       case of Bangladesh /|cby Mohammad Dulal Miah, Yasushi 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Singapore :|bImprint: Palgrave 
300    1 online resource (xxiii, 199 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Theories of Property
       Rights: Transaction Cost and Beyond -- Chapter 3: The 
       Development Discourse in the Context of Bangladesh: An 
       Analytical View -- Chapter 4: Political Origin of State 
       Weakness -- Chapter 5: Patron-client Politics and the Rise
       of Business Class -- Chapter 6: Non-Market Allocation and 
       Rent Seeking -- Chapter 7: Price Control and Property 
       Rights -- Chapter 8: Toward and Appropriate Structure of 
       Rights -- Chapter 9: Conclusion 
520    This book presents a critical reassessment of theories of 
       property rights, in response to conflicts and competition 
       between different groups, and the state. It does so by 
       taking an institutional political perspective to analyse 
       the structures of property rights, with a focus on a 
       series of case studies from Bangladesh. In doing so, the 
       book highlights the importance of property rights for 
       economic growth, why developing countries often fail to 
       design property rights conducive for economic development,
       and the strategies required for designing an efficient 
       structure of rights. Since property rights falls within 
       the domain of Law and Economics, the book ventures to 
       explain legal issues from an economic perspective, 
       resulting in empirical analysis that comprises both legal 
       and non-legal cases. Mohammad Dulal Miah received his PhD 
       in Development Economics from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific 
       University, Japan. His research interests include property
       rights, economic development, the economics of rents and 
       justice seeking, comparative financial system, corporate 
       governance, etc. Yasushi Suzuki is a Professor at the 
       College of International Management, Ritsumeikan Asia 
       Pacific University, Japan. His primary research interest 
       focuses on the institutional political economy of 
       financial development 
650  0 Right of property|xEconomic aspects|zBangladesh 
650  0 Right of property|xEconomic aspects 
650 14 Law and Economics 
650 24 International Political Economy 
650 24 Civil Law 
650 24 Development Economics 
650 24 Asian Politics 
650 24 Asian Economics 
700 1  Suzuki, Yasushi,|eauthor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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