Festschrift for Elinor Ostrom

Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis

Indiana University, Bloomington

November 22-23, 2005

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

Tuesday, November 22

 

8:30-9:00am                  Coffee and Rolls

 

9:00-9:30am                  Welcome and Opening Remarks

                                    Rick K. Wilson, Rice University

 

9:30-10:10am                The Ties That Bind: Terrorist Groups in the Middle East and South Asia

                                    David Goetze, Utah State University

 

10:10-10:25am               Discussant: Michael McGinnis, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

10:25-10:35am               Open Comments

 

10:35-10:45am               Break

 

10:45-11:25am               A Fuzzy Future? Fuzzy Logic Potential for Institutional Analysis

                                    Sue E. S. Crawford, Creighton University

 

11:25-11:40am               Discussant: Antonio M. Jaime Castillo, University of Granada, Spain

 

11:40-11:50am               Open Comments

 

11:50am-1:30pm            Lunch (Open)

 

1:30-2:10pm                  Anger, Fairness and Whatís in the Brain

                                    Rick K. Wilson, Rice University

 

2:10-2:25pm                  Discussant: David Schwab, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

2:25-2:35pm                  Open Comments

 

2:35-2:45pm                  Break

 

2:45-3:25pm                  Police Racial Profiling in Two American Cities: Some Evidence on Stops and

                                    Searches

                                    Roger B. Parks, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

3:25-3:40pm                  Discussant: Brian Steed, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

3:40-3:50pm                  Open Comments

 

3:50-4:00pm                  Break

 

4:00-4:40pm                  Wilson v. Layne and the Rule of ďThe Home as a CastleĒ: The Demise of the

                                    Observational Study of Police?

                                    John McIver, University of Colorado, Boulder

 

4:40-4:55pm                  Discussant: Oyebade (Kunle) Oyerinde, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

4:55-5:05pm                  Open Comments

 

5:05-6:00pm                  Open Time

 

6:00-8:00pm                  Dinner (Open)

 

 

Wednesday, November 23

 

8:00-8:30am                  Coffee and Rolls

 

8:30-9:10am                  Beneath the Surface: Shared Attributes of Fisheries and Aquifers, and Implications for

                        Institutional Design

                                    Edella Schlager, University of Arizona, and William Blomquist, Indiana University-Purdue

                                    University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

 

9:10-9:25am                  Discussant: Audun Sandberg, BodÝ University College, Norway

 

9:25-9:35am                  Open Comments

 

9:35-9:45am                  Break

 

9:45-10:25am                Trust and Collective Action: Concepts and Causalities

                                    T. K. Ahn, Florida State University

 

10:25-10:40am               Discussant: James Walker, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

10:40-10:50am               Open Comments

 

10:50-11:00am               Break

 

11:00-11:40am               Fieldwork, Science, and Ethics

                                    Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

                                    (Paper will be presented by Rick Wilson)

 

11:40-11:55am               Discussant: Konrad Hagedorn, Humboldt University, Berlin

 

11:55am-12:05pm          Open Comments

 

12:05-1:30pm                Lunch (Open)

 

1:30-2:10pm                  Designing Effective Intervention for Irrigation Management: Cases from the

                                    Indrawati Watershed in Nepal

                                    Wai Fung Lam, University of Hong Kong

 

2:10-2:25pm                  Discussant: Eduardo Araral, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

2:25-2:35pm                  Open Comments

 

2:35-2:45pm                  Break

 

2:45-3:25pm                  Philanthropic Strategies in Place-Based, Collaborative Land Conservation: The

                                    Packard Foundationís Conserving California Landscape Initiative

                                    Shui-Yan Tang, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

 

3:25-3:40pm                  Discussant: Elinor Ostrom, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

3:40-3:50pm                  Open Comments

 

3:50-4:00pm                  Break

 

4:00-4:40pm                  To Have a Say and a Saw: Is Decentralization Good for the Forest?

                                    Krister Andersson, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

4:40-4:55pm                  Discussant: Amos Sawyer, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

4:55-5:05pm                  Open Comments

 

5:05-6:00pm                  Open Time

 

6:00-8:00pm                  Dinner (Open)