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Monday Schedule of Speakers (Fall 2009)

Date
Speaker
Paper Title

Sept 14
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Dr. Peter Todd, Professor of Cognitive Science, Informatics, and Psychology, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington  
webpage

 

Co-Sponsor:
Political Economy of Democratic Sustainability (PEDS)

Heuristic Decision Making and Institutional Design

Sept 21
12:00-1:30

Tocqueville Room

Dr. Anirudh Krishna, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, Durham, NC 
webpage

 

Co-Sponsor:
The SPEA Governance and Management Faculty Group

One Illness Away: Tracing the Beginnings and Ends of Poverty among 35,000 Households of Five Countries

Sept 28
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Professor Roy Gardner, Chancellor's Professor of Economics, Henry H. H. Remak Professor of West European Studies, and Affiliated Faculty, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University Bloomington, and Academic Director of the Kyiv School of Economics, Kyiv, Ukraine; and Dr. Dmytro Zhosan, Assistant Professor of Business and Economics, Ripon College, Wisconsin
Gardner webpage

Zhosan webpage

Problems of the Commons: Group Behavior, Cooperation and Punishment in a Two-Harbor Experiment

Oct 5
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Professor Shawn Boyne, Associate Professor of Law, Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis
webpage

Uncertainty and the Search for Truth at Trial: Defining Prosecutorial "Objectivity" in German Rape Cases

Oct 12
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Robert Holahan, PhD Candidate in Political Science, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University Bloomington 

Experimental Investigation of Majority Rule Voting in Common Pool Settings

Oct 19
12:00-1:30  

 

Tocqueville Room

Professor Colin Flint, Director of the Program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security (ACDIS), and Associate Professor, Department of Geography, and Richelle Bernazzoli, Doctoral Student, Department of Geography, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  
Flint webpage

Bernazzoli webpage

 

Co-Sponsor:
Political Economy of Democratic Sustainability (PEDS)

Power, Politics, and Places of Securitism: How Processes of Securitization Impact Processes and Practices of Democracy

Oct 26
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Dr. Carolyn Lesorogol, Associate Professor, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis  
webpage

 

Co-Sponsor:
Political Economy of Democratic Sustainability (PEDS)

Creating Common Grazing Rights on Private Parcels: How New Rules Produce Incentives for Cooperative Land Management

Nov 2
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Dr. Tom Evans, Associate Professor, Department of Geography; Director, Center for the Study of Institutions, Population and Environmental Change (CIPEC); and Affiliated Faculty, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University Bloomington 
webpage

Actor Heterogeneity and Spatial Interactions in Land Use Systems: Agent-Based Perspectives on Natural Resource Management

Nov 6
12:00-1:30

Special Friday Session

Tocqueville Room

Professor Matthew Mancini, Chair, Department of American Studies, Saint Louis University, Missouri  
webpage

 

Tocqueville Program Presentation
webpage


Co-Sponsors:
Tocqueville Program and the Department of Political Science

What's Wrong With Tocqueville Studies, and What Can Be Done About It

Nov 9
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Professor Jerome Busemeyer, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Affiliated Faculty, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University Bloomington  
webpage

A Quantum Probability Model for Question Order Effects on Surveys

Nov 13
12:00-1:30

Special Friday Session

Tocqueville Room

Professor Scott Feld, Department of Sociology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana  
webpage

 

Co-Sponsor:
Political Economy of Democratic Sustainability (PEDS)

Group Choice When There Is No Agreement on Best Outcomes: Predicting Central Tendencies and Variation among Outcomes in Spatial Voting Games

Nov 16
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Dr. Derek Kauneckis, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Nevada, Reno, and Visiting Scholar, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University Bloomington  
webpage

Re-thinking the Mechanisms of Enforcement in Property Right Institutions

 

Nov 23

Thanksgiving Break 

Nov 30
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Professor Robert Katz, Professor of Law, and Professor Antony Page, Professor of Law and Dean's Fellow, Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis 
Katz webpage
Page webpage

Notion Building: Giving Form to "Social Enterprise"

 

Dec 7
12:00-1:30

 

Tocqueville Room

Dr. Robert Goldstone, Chancellorís Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences and Director of the Cognitive Science Program, Indiana University Bloomington 
webpage

 

Co-Sponsor:
Political Economy of Democratic Sustainability (PEDS)

Strategies for Imitation and Innovation in a Social Network