Young Scholars Symposium on Natural Resource Governance
Some of the most vexing and controversial problems facing society concern natural and environmental resource use and management. This 2-day symposium brings together 10 young scholars and 4 senior mentors to consider the fundamental role that economic, political, and legal institutions have in shaping incentives and determining the outcomes. The symposium aims to encourage and develop emerging scholars and their research programs that focus on the institutional underpinnings of these problems and their solutions. The intensive program includes research presentations by young scholars and lectures by senior mentors.
Date: October 27-28, 2022
Location: Persimmon Room, Indiana Memorial Union, 900 E 7th St, Bloomington, IN 47405
Organizer: Dean Lueck, Professor of Economics
Funding provided by the Searle Freedom Trust
Co-sponsored by the Program on Environment & Natural Resource Governance at the Ostrom Workshop
- This symposium is by invitation only *
Senior Scholars' Biographies & Abstracts
Participants’ Readings & Abstracts
We will not post papers for the public.
Participants’ Biographies & Abstracts