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WEDNESDAY Schedule of Speakers (Spring 2013)

All sessions held from 12:00-1:30pm in the Tocqueville Room unless indicated otherwise.

Past sessions will be moved to Archives.


Date
Speaker
Title

Feb 13

 

Jacob Bower-Bir, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs Joint Program, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Fairness and Faith in the American Economy

Feb 20

 

Luke Shimek, Joint PhD Student, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Bloomington

Strategic Rule Formation Under Externalities: Multilevel Institutional Analysis Using Network Formation Games

Feb 27

Interdisciplinary Experimental Lab, Woodburn Hall, room 220

 

Ursula Kreitmair, Joint PhD Student, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Information, Signaling, and Public Goods: An Experimental Study of Conditional Cooperation

Mar 6

 

Ursula Kreitmair, Joint PhD Student, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Ostrom Workshop; and Jacob Bower-Bir, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs joint program, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Groups, Dictators, and Unequal Pay: An Experimental Study of Group Decision-Making and Membership Effects in Heterogeneous Groups

March 13

 

No Colloquium, Spring Break

 

March 20

 

Sanchayan Nath, Joint PhD Student, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Leadership and Social-Ecological Outcomes in IFRI Forests

March 27

 

Tiago Jacaúna, PhD Candidate in the Social Sciences, University of Campinas, Brazil; and Visiting Scholar, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Understanding the Brazilian Amazon Governance: Institutional Diversity and Social Network Analysis

April 3

 

Patricia Hania, Graduate Student, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada

Uncharted Waters: Applying the Lens of New Governance Theory to the Practice of Water Source Protection in Ontario

April 10

 

Li Guoqing, Director of the Urban Policy and Urban Culture Research Center, Institute of Urban and Environmental Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China; and Visiting Scholar, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Homeowner Association in China: From Property Management Company Autocracy to Homeowner Self-Governance

April 17

 

Shannon Lee Watkins, Sarah Mincey, Jess Vogt, Rachael Bergmann, and Burney Fischer, Bloomington Urban Forestry Research Group at CIPEC, Indiana University Bloomington

A Research Design for Evaluating the Outcomes of Neighborhood and Nonprofit Urban Forestry

April 24

 

Zhu Yukun, PhD Candidate in Public Finance at Xi'an Jiaotong University, China; and Visiting Scholar, Ostrom Workshop, Indiana University Bloomington

Institutional Analysis of China’s System of Environmental Taxes