MONDAY COLLOQUIUM SERIES
- 9-9-13: Polycentric Resilience: Why Did State-Building Exercises Fail in Myanmar/Burma?
Professor Tun Myint, Department of Political Science, Carleton College
9-16-13: The Evolution of Watershed Institutions in the U.S.
Professor Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville
9-18-13: Power, Networks and Violent Conflict: A Comparison of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan
Professor Ídil Tunçer-Kílavuz, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Istanbul Medeniyet University; Workshop Visiting Scholar
9-20-13: The Great Enrichment, 1800-2013: Ethics, Rhetoric, and Market-Tested Innovation
Professor Deirdre McCloskey, Department of Economics and History, University of Illinois at Chicago
9-23-13: Towards a Method to Assess Ex-Post Regulatory Effectiveness: Applying Institutional Grammar to Tobacco Legislation in Mexico
Professor Salvador Espinosa, School of Public Affairs, San Diego State University
10-2-13: Product of Our Environment: The Effect of Institutions on the Use of Voting Heuristics
Nicholas D'Amico, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, IUB
10-4-13: Rereading J.S. Mill
Professor Alan Ryan, Department of Politics, Princeton University
10-9-13: Scientific Rigor, Policy Relevance, and Radical Commons
Ryan Conway, PhD Student, Department of Political Science, IUB
10-16-13: The Relationship between Private Property Rights in Land and Environmental Degradation: A Review of the Literature
Martin Delaroche, Research Assistant, Graduate Institute of Latin American Studies (IHEAL), University Paris 3 Sorbonne-Nouvelle; Workshop Visiting Scholar
10-21-13: Commons at the Intersection of Peer Production, Citizen Science, and Big Data: Galaxy Zoo
Professor Michael J. Madison, School of Law, University of Pittsburgh
10-23-13: The Brazilian-European Boundary in Amazonia: An IAD Study about Bilateral Resources
Raimundo Nonato Junior, Assistant Professor, Parana State University, UNICENTRO, Brazil; Workshop and ACT Visiting Scholar
10-28-13: Agrobiodiversity and Environmental Governance: The Contested Social-Ecological Futures of Food and Land Use
Professor Karl Zimmerer, Department of Geography, Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (EESI), Penn State Institutes for Energy and the Environment (PSIEE), Pennsylvania State University
10-30-13: A Tool for All People, but Not All Occasions: How Voting Heuristics Interact with Political Knowledge and Environment
Jacob Bower-Bir, PhD Candidate, Joint Program, School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Department of Political Science; and Nicholas D'Amico, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, IUB
- 11-1-13: Capitalism and Inequality: What the Right and the Left Get Wrong
Professor Jerry Muller, Department of History, Catholic University of America
- 11-4-13: Institutional Collective Action: Network Collaboration among Cities for Regional Development and Sustainability
Professor Richard Feiock, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University
11-6-13: Child Support and Mexican Labor Migration to the U.S.
Professor Bernard Trujillo, School of Law, Valparaiso University; Workshop Visiting Scholar
11-11-13: Environmental Goods and Services on Private Lands: What Can be Learned from Common Pool Resource Theory about the Management of Spatially Diffuse Resources?
Professor Michael Drescher, School of Planning, University of Waterloo
11-13-13: Institutionalizing Certification for Sustainability: Are Biofuel Certification Systems Fit for Purpose?
Christine Moser, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Sustainability, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany
11-20-13: Institutions of Public Information and the Problem of Regulatory Commitment
Ranjan Kumar Ghosh, PhD Candidate, Division of Resource Economics, Humboldt University Berlin; Workshop Visiting Scholar
12-2-13: Ways to Interrelate Actor- and Transaction-Centered Frameworks in SES Research and Integrate Higher Level Governance?
Professor Andreas Thiel, Department of Agricultural Economics, Humboldt University Berlin; Workshop Visiting Scholar
12-4-13: Are Different Kinds of Collective Action the Next Evolution in Addressing the U.S. Health Dilemma?
Evon Holladay, Vice President, Enterprise Intelligence, Catholic Health Initiatives; Workshop Visiting Scholar
- 12-9-13: Common Property, Coaseian Bargains, and Efficient Collaboration
Professor Emerita Margaret McKean, Department of Political Science, Duke University
- 12-11-13: Voluntary Provision of Information and Public Goods: An Experimental Study
Ursula Kreitmair, Joint PhD Student, School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Department of Political Science, IUB