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“The Global Democratic Recession. And How to Reverse It” with Larry Diamond

Dr. Larry Diamond discusses a deepening global recession of freedom and democracy since 2006, which has accelerated in recent years with the spread of authoritarian populism. He identifies causes…

From  Tracy Bee on December 6th, 2020 43 plays 0  

04/12/2017 Ostrom Memorial Lecture - Kenneth Shepsle: "Rule Breaking and Political Imagination"

This lecture is based on a soon-to-appear book of stories about institutions and how they sometimes fail to perform in ways we expect. Institutions have figured prominently in theories of politics of…

From  David Price on April 13th, 2017 51 plays 0  

04/10/2017 Colloquium Series - Kenneth Shepsle: “Rules and Rule Breaking, Institutions and Institutional Change”

The present paper begins with the well-traveled notion of institutions as “the rules of the game” and seeks to give some conceptual concreteness to the idea of rules in order to…

From  David Price on April 10th, 2017 13 plays 0  

2016.09.19.1200 - Constitution Day - Pamela Karlan

BiographyPamela S. Karlan is the Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law and co-director of the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic at Stanford Law School. Her primary scholarly…

From  Law AudioVideo on September 22nd, 2016 20 plays 0  

09/09/16 - Tocqueville Lecture Series: Tun Myint: "Citizen Science in a Democracy: The Case of Thai Baan Research"

Over half a century of the power struggle between local communities and the state on environmental governance issues in Southeast Asia, the conception of data, knowledge, and science went through…

From  David Price on September 9th, 2016 9 plays 0