Sunday, June 23, 2013

Homeward Bound from Europe with Plenty of Summer Work Awaiting

For the second, at last, time this summer. Aside from a weekend in Chicago visiting father of Cyclingprof, I plan to keep my nose to the grindstone in Bloomington until school starts, except for a possible short trip at the very end of summer to escape the heat. I have plenty of writing projects to keep me busy for the rest of summer, including
  • completing a chapter on climate change for a book on shared responsibility in international law;
  • lead authoring an article on the revised Social-Ecological Systems Framework, with application to Hardin's 'Tragedy of the Commons;'
  • co-authoring an article on the evolution of a polycentric management system for irrigation water governance in Kenya;
  • co-authoring an article introducing the new Program in Institutional Analysis of Social Ecological Systems (PIASES) Framework;
  • organizing and editing a 4-volume collection of Lin Ostrom's major works, which is due to be published in 2014;
  • and, if time permits,  
    • working on a monograph on the use and abuse of emissions trading in climate change;
    • completing a co-authored piece on the problems of environmental taxation in China.
I have a couple of other works-in-progress as well, but no hope for getting to them this year.

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