The Wednesday Research Series provides a forum for our Graduate Students (who received seed funding for their research projects) and Visiting Scholars to present their work in progress. Research areas of interest may include those traditionally central to Ostrom Workshop research—such as institutional analysis, governance, and democracy—as well as new initiatives or extensions into new thematic areas that support the broad mission of the Ostrom Workshop.
The presenter’s paper will be available in advance of their presentation for participants to read. The presenter will give a formal presentation (up to 30 minutes) followed by audience comments and discussions.
LOCATION: Ostrom Workshop, 513 N. Park (Tocqueville Room)
TIME: 12:00–1:00 p.m.
The Research Series is not live streamed. Presentations are open to the public, and you are welcome to bring your lunch.
Spring 2018 – Wednesday Research Series
|March 7||Yun Ju Kang|
Maurer School of Law, Ostrom Fellow, IU Bloomington
|"Speculations on Criminal Justice Mechanisms to Address North Korean Regime's Human Rights Violations: ICC, Ad-Hoc Tribunals, or Something Else?"|
|March 14||SPRING BREAK|
|March 21||Jonathan Eldon *|
|"On-Farm Trials Identify Diverse Adaptive Management Options for Rainfed Production in Semi-Arid West Africa"|
|March 28||Martin Delaroche|
SPEA, Ostrom Research Awardee, IU Bloomington
|"Land-Use Patterns in the Brazilian Amazon and Cerrado: Exploring the Farmers’ Self-Identity Hypothesis" [email firstname.lastname@example.org for paper]|
|April 4||Haiyan Lu *|
School of Public Administration, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, China
|"How the Government Promotes Coproduction in City Community through NGO: Taking Two Communities in NJ City as the Cases"|
|April 11||Lucy Miller|
Anthropology, Ostrom Fellow, IU Bloomington
|"Institutional Change in Amazonian Communities: Impacts of Rural-Urban Mobility and Protected Area Land Titling" [email email@example.com for paper]|
|April 18||Johabed Olvera|
SPEA, Ostrom Fellow, IU Bloomington
|"Political Hawks vs. Technocrats: The Impact of Governor’s Career Path on Gubernatorial Performance"|
* Denotes Ostrom Workshop Visiting Scholar