Research Series

Spring 2022 - Wednesday Research Series




January 26Salih Yasun
Political Science
“Co-Partisanship with Mayors, Institutional Performance and Citizen Trust in Local Governance Institutions: Evidence from Tunisia”
February 2Homa Taheri
“A Framework for Analyzing Safeguards at the World Trade Organization”
February 9Tonya Dodez
Political Science
“Fight or Flight? Examining the Electoral Consequences of Violence in Senegal”
February 16Sheila Foster
Georgetown Law
Ostrom Book Club - The Cambridge Handbook of Commons Research Innovations

February 23David Skarbek
Brown University
Ostrom Book Club - The Puzzle of Prison Order: Why Life Behind Bars Varies around the World
March 2Diego Barbosa-Vásquez
Jacobs School of Music
“Opera Sustainability - Through Multilevel-Apprenticeship Programs at Opera Companies”
March 9Scott Shackelford
Ostrom Workshop & Kelley School of Business
Ostrom Book Club - Cyber Peace: Charting a Path Toward a Sustainable, Stable, and Secure Cyberspace
March 16Spring Break
March 23Krisztina Tury
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
“Under Pressure: Organizational Responses in the Changing Civic Space of Hungary”
March 30Jaime Carini
Jacobs School of Music
“Thinking Like an Artisan: The Ostroms' Contribution to Political Economy”
April 6Renzo de la Riva Aguero
O'Neill SPEA
“Why Does Service-specific Municipal Administrative Capacity Affect the Performance of Simple and Complex Services Differently?”
April 13Laura Calloway
Luddy School of Informatics
“Investigating Privacy Concerns and Risk Perceptions After a Year of COVID”
April 20Stephanie Freeman-Day
O'Neill SPEA
“Forested Patches in Bloomington, IN, Past and Present: Sustainability, Perseverance, and Governance”
April 27Wes Zebrowski
O'Neill SPEA
“The Seed, Information, and Relations Network (SIRN) Framework: Adapting SES to Farmer Peer Networks”

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