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Colloquium for Women of Indiana University 2019 Keynote Address Tan Kheng Hua

For two and a half days, the Colloquium for Women of Indiana University provides opportunities for women to engage in and familiarize themselves with educational programs and facilities at IU…

From  rtsvideo RTVS Video Archive on October 31st, 2019 9 plays 0  

02/22/2016 - Laszlo Borhi: “More than Victims? Popular Responses to National Socialist and Stalinist Dictatorships: The Case of Hungary”

Scholarship on totalitarian regimes moved away from the victimology model. Subjects of national socialist and communist dictatorships seem to have acted in dialogue with the powerful state. Many more…

From  wptpcnf1 Ostrom Workshop Conference 1 on February 22nd, 2016 8 plays 0  

02/15/2016 - Alston, Mueller, Nonnenmacher: “Institutions and Interest Groups: Economic and Political Performance”

We analyze how institutions determine the emergence, organization, and strategies of interest groups, as well as their impacts on economic performance. In early self-interest models of interest group…

From  wptpcnf1 Ostrom Workshop Conference 1 on February 15th, 2016 13 plays 0  

02/08/2016 - Gary Libecap: Economic Analysis of Property Rights: First Possession of Water in the American West

We analyze the economic determinants and long-run e↵ects of prior appropriation surface water rights from 1852 to 2013 and show how formal property rights developed to generate the discovery of…

From  David Price on February 9th, 2016 12 plays 0  

02/01/2016 - Colloquium Presentation, Barbara Cherry: Historical Distortion: How Misuse of “Public Utility and “Natural Monopoly” Misdirects U.S. Telecommunications Policy Development

“Public utility” and “natural monopoly” have been misused in U.S. telecommunications policy debates. Opponents of network neutrality mischaracterize common carriage regulation…

From  David Price on February 3rd, 2016 9 plays 0  

01/25/2016 Colloquium - David Samuels: “Inequality and Democratic Survival”

Conventional wisdom holds that democracy endures in rich countries but is unstable in poor ones. Building on Ansell and Samuels (2014), we suggest that the sources of democratic stability lie not…

From  David Price on January 27th, 2016 24 plays 0