This is part of a two-volume work intended to map the theoretical heartland of the institutionalist perspective on political economy. Volume I identifies the origins of institutional economics and explores the primary analytical tools in its development. Marc R. Tool is editor of "Journal of Economic Issues".
The Third Part of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation was adopted by the Russian Parliament on November 26, 2001, to take effect on March 1, 2002. It has two divisions: Inheritance Law and Private International Law. This translation of the Third Part of the Code by Peter B. Maggs includes an introduction by Professor Maggs as well as all amendments to the first two parts of the Code. Some of these amendments are of a purely technical nature, but some include substantive changes. This volume thus complements the first and second parts of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, published in 1997 by M.E. Sharpe.