Monthly Archives: October 2012

International Conference on “Lost and Found in Policy-Translation?”

Reposted from the IKS (Institute of Korean Studies) website. The IKS organized an international academic conference with the title of “Lost and Found in Policy-Translation” for two days between 30 and 31 March 2012. The conference was attended by participants … Continue reading

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‘Tracing biofuel transitions: policies, practices and phase-outs’ Eindhoven University of Technology, January 24-25, 2013

Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands will host a workshop on biofuels. The deadline for abstracts is November 07, 2012. More information is below:

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Bio-Economy Transition and Land Grabs

Energy transition to bio-based materials for fuel and heat is experiencing hype. Such transition has many attractions: away from fossil fuels that generate the climate change and dependence on the Middle East and Mr. Putin, as well as new forms … Continue reading

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Central Asian Waters: Polygon for Testing Policy Translation

With the rise of globalization, models for good water governance, such as integrated water resources management (IWRM), river basin management (RBM), river basin organizations (RBOs), water user associations (WUAs), and more recently, water pricing and payments for ecosystem services (PES), … Continue reading

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Anthropology of Public Policy Roundtable

Within the 111th annual meeting of  the American Anthropological Association (AAA), the Interest Group on Anthropology of Public Policy (IGAPP) and its members Cris Shore and Samuel Shapiro will organize the roundtable on “Studying Policy: A Dialogue between Anthropology and … Continue reading

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