Edella Schlager, University of Arizona & Tomás Olivier, Florida Atlantic University
The Institutional Grammar Tool (IGT) has been designed and applied to understand institutional design in the light of key variables defined by the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework. However, this approach has not been widely implemented in the literature, in part due to the challenges involved with analyzing IGT-generated data. Most applications of the IGT have only scratched the surface of the potential of this tool for identifying causes and consequences of variations in institutional design. Recent efforts have combined data generated with the IGT and social network analysis tools to highlight the configurational nature of rules and leverage the power of additional IGT elements (such as Attributes and Objects) for understanding institutional design. This presentation will discuss some of the most recent applications of the IGT from a social network analysis perspective, as well as their conceptual and methodological challenges.
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