Timur Kuran
Timur Kuran
Professor of Economics and Political Science and Gorter Family Professor of Islamic Studies, Duke University
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TitleCited byYear
Private truths, public lies: The social consequences of preference falsification
T Kuran
Harvard University Press, 1997
Now out of never: The element of surprise in the East European revolution of 1989
T Kuran
World politics 44 (1), 7-48, 1991
Availability cascades and risk regulation
T Kuran, CR Sunstein
Stan. L. Rev. 51, 683, 1998
Sparks and prairie fires: A theory of unanticipated political revolution
T Kuran
Public choice 61 (1), 41-74, 1989
The long divergence: How Islamic law held back the Middle East
T Kuran
Princeton University Press, 2012
Structure and example in modular political phenomena: The diffusion of bulldozer/rose/orange/tulip revolutions
MR Beissinger
Perspectives on politics 5 (2), 259-276, 2007
Islam and Mammon: The economic predicaments of Islamism
T Kuran
Princeton University Press, 2004
Why the Middle East is economically underdeveloped: historical mechanisms of institutional stagnation
T Kuran
Journal of economic perspectives 18 (3), 71-90, 2004
Medical applications of hydroxyapatite
H Aoki
Ishiyaku Euro America, 13-74, 1994
In defense of affirmative action
BR Bergmann
HarperCollins, 1997
Islamic economics and the Islamic subeconomy
T Kuran
Journal of Economic Perspectives 9 (4), 155-173, 1995
The provision of public goods under Islamic law: Origins, impact, and limitations of the waqf system
T Kuran
Law and Society Review, 841-898, 2001
Ethnic norms and their transformation through reputational cascades
T Kuran
The Journal of Legal Studies 27 (S2), 623-659, 1998
The Islamic commercial crisis: institutional roots of economic underdevelopment in the Middle East
T Kuran
The Journal of Economic History 63 (2), 414-446, 2003
Islam and underdevelopment: an old puzzle revisited
T Kuran
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE)/Zeitschrift für …, 1997
Preference falsification, policy continuity and collective conservatism
T Kuran
The Economic Journal 97 (387), 642-665, 1987
The inevitability of future revolutionary surprises
T Kuran
American Journal of Sociology 100 (6), 1528-1551, 1995
The absence of the corporation in Islamic law: origins and persistence
T Kuran
The American Journal of Comparative Law 53 (4), 785-834, 2005
The tenacious past: Theories of personal and collective conservatism
T Kuran
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 10 (2), 143-171, 1988
The economic system in contemporary Islamic thought: Interpretation and assessment
T Kuran
International Journal of Middle East Studies 18 (2), 135-164, 1986
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