new institutionalism

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Phrase coined by J. G. March and J. P. Olsen (1984) to denote an approach to politics which holds that behaviour is fundamentally moulded by the institutions it is embedded in. This might seem a trivial truth, but during the long ascendancy of behaviouralism in political science, it was often ignored.

Subjects: Politics.

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