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09/17/2018 Colloquium Series - David Bosco: “Trends in Ocean Governance: Ending Freedom of the Seas?”

Freedom is one of the most enduring conceptual frameworks for thinking about the oceans and their use. Popularized by Grotius in the 17th century, the doctrine of “freedom of the…

From  David Price on September 17th, 2018 14 plays 0  

10/30/17 Colloquium Series - Xavier Basurto: “Finding Order Amid Complex Small-Scale Fisheries Self-Governance Arrangements: A ‘Beyond-Harvesting’ Research Agenda for Common-Pool Resources Theory”

In this paper, we expand existing conceptual tools from institutional analysis and common-pool resource theory to guide research on self-governing regimes. We use small-scale fisheries as an…

From  David Price on October 30th, 2017 12 plays 0  

10/16/17 Colloquium - David Victor: “An Experimentalist Approach to Governing Global Climate Change”

One of the central difficulties in managing global commons problems is that the relevant actors often do not know which actions to take nor the cost and impact of changing behavior. This problem of…

From  David Price on October 16th, 2017 13 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 6 plays 0  

03/28/2016 Colloquium - Christiana Ochoa: “Contracts on the Seabed”

Over a million square kilometers of the non-sovereign seafloor is under mineral exploration licenses and, by some assessments, an additional four million square kilometers of seabed pertaining to…

From  David Price on April 8th, 2016 8 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