Working Papers

  • Galiani, Sebastian, Matthew Staiger, and Gustavo Torrens. 2017. “When Children Rule: Parenting in Modern Families.” (See also Wall Street Journal, January 31.)
  • Hiller, Janine, Scott Shackelford, and Xiao Ma. Forthcoming 2017. “The Firm as Common Pool Resource: Unpacking the Rise of Benefit Corporations.” American Business Law Journal.
  • Shackelford, Scott. 2017. “Exploring the ‘Shared Responsibility’ of Cyber Peace: Should Cybersecurity Be a Human Right?”
  • Shackelford, Scott, and Steven Myers. Forthcoming 2017. “Block-by-Block: Leveraging the Power of Blockchain Technology to Build Trust and Promote Cyber Peace.” Yale Journal of Law and Technology.
  • Shackelford, Scott, Eric Richards, Anjanette Raymond, Jaclyn Kerr, and Andreas Kuehn. Forthcoming 2017. “iGovernance: The Future of Multi-Stakeholder Internet Governance in the Wake of the Apple Encryption Saga.” University of North Carolina Journal of International Law.
  • Alston, Lee J., and Bernardo Mueller. 2016. “Development as Search: Beliefs across Brazilian History.” Paper presented at the conference on “Institutions and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: Historical and Contemporary Issues,” Yale University, New Haven, CT, October 15, 2016.
  • Alston, Eric, Lee J. Alston, Bernardo Mueller, and Tomas Nonnenmacher. 2016. “Institutional and Organizational Analysis: Concepts and Applications.” Paper presented at the 20th Annual SIOE conference, Sciences Po, Paris, France, June 15–17.
  • Alston, Lee J., Marcus André Melo, Bernardo Mueller, and Carlos Pereira. 2016. “A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Critical Transitions.” NBER Working Paper No. 22144 (April). Translated into Chinese in special feature, Journal of Comparative Studies, vol. 84 (June 2016): 118–55.
  • Delaney, Aogán, Tom Evans, John McGreevy, Jordan Blekking, Tyler Schlachter, et al. 2016. “Strengthening the Food Systems Governance Evidence Base: Supporting Commensurability of Research through a Systematic Review of Methods.” Working Paper no. 167. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
  • Alston, Lee, and Bernardo Mueller. 2016. “Economic Backwardness and Catching Up: Brazilian Agriculture, 1964–2014.” NBER Working Paper 21988 (February).
  • Epstein, Graham, Audun Sandberg, Ingrid Bay-Larsen, and Grete K. Hovelsrud. 2015. “Institutions and Adaptation Processes: A Social-Ecological System Approach for the Study of Adaptation to Climate Change.” Presented at the Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop (WOW5) conference, IU Bloomington, June 18–21, 2014.

For additional Working Papers, explore the Ostrom Workshop Library.