Joel Hellman
Joel Hellman
Dean & Distinguished Professor of Practice, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Verified email at georgetown.edu
TitleCited byYear
Winners take all: the politics of partial reform in postcommunist transitions
JS Hellman
World politics 50 (2), 203-234, 1998
19941998
Seize the state, seize the day: State capture, corruption, and influence in transition
JS Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann
The World Bank, 2000
1747*2000
Seize the state, seize the day: state capture and influence in transition economies
JS Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann
Journal of comparative economics 31 (4), 751-773, 2003
6412003
Confronting the challenge of state capture in transition economies
F Monitor, IMFHT Notes, RE Outlook, S Notes
Finance & Development, 2001
3342001
Intervention, corruption and capture: the nexus between enterprises and the state
J Hellman, M Schankerman
Economics of Transition 8 (3), 545-576, 2000
2862000
Far from home: Do foreign investors import higher standards of governance in transition economies?
JS Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann
Available at SSRN 386900, 2002
1572002
Constitutions and economic reform in the postcommunist transitions
J Hellman
E. Eur. Const. Rev. 5, 46, 1996
1511996
The inequality of influence
JS Hellman, D Kaufmann
Building a Trustworthy State in Post-Socialist Transition, 100-118, 2004
1432004
Seize the State, Seize the Day: An Empirical Analysis of State Capture and Corruption in Transition Economies
JS Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann, M Schankerman
World Bank Research Working Papers, 2000
1212000
Measuring governance and state capture: the role of bureaucrats and firms in shaping the business environment
J Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann, M Schankerman
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Working Paper 51, 2000
1142000
Anticorruption in Transition 2: Corruption in Enterprise-State Interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002
C Gray, J Hellman, R Ryterman
The World Bank, 2004
922004
Are foreign investors and multinationals engaging in corrupt practices in transition economies?
J Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann
Transition 11 (3-4), 4-7, 2000
842000
Governance gone local: Does decentralization improve accountability?
JE Campos, JS Hellman
East Asia decentralizes: Making local government work, 237-52, 2005
782005
Beyond the ‘grabbing hand’of government in transition: facing up to ‘state capture’by the corporate sector
J Hellman, G Jones, D Kaufmann
Transition 11 (2), 1-5, 2000
412000
La captura del Estado en las economías en transición
J Hellman, D Kaufmann
Finanzas y Desarrollo 38 (3), 31-35, 2001
402001
Governance Matters. World Bank Policy Research Department
D Kaufmann, A Kraay, P Zoido-Lobaton
Working Paper, 1999
331999
Capture al Estado, capture el día. Captura del Estado, corrupción e influencia en la transición
JS Hellman, G Geraint, J Jones, D Kaufmann
Gestión y Análisis de Políticas Públicas, 2001
182001
Measuring governance, corruption and state capture
J Hellmann, G Jones, D Kaufmann, M Schankerman
World Bank policy research working paper, 2000
122000
La captation de l’État dans les économies en transition: un défi à relever
J Hellman, D Kaufmann
Finances & Développement 38 (3), 31-35, 2001
102001
Breaking the bank: Bureaucrats and the creation of markets in a transitional economy.
JS Hellman
101994
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