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I am a scholar of the Bloomington School of Political Economy, of which polycentrism is a fundamental pillar. It features in my theoretical and empirical research.
Elinor Ostrom and the Bloomington School of Political Economy (three volumes with a fourth forthcoming, co-edited by Michael D. McGinnis and published by Lexington Books).
"The Polycentric Turn: A Case Study of Kenya's Evolving Legal Regime for Irrigation Waters" (with Stefan Carpenter and Elizabeth Baldwin), Natural Resources Journal, 57(1):101-137 (2017)
"Advantages of a polycentric approach to climate change policy," Nature Climate Change, 5:114-118 (Feb. 2015).
Writing chapter on the theory of polycentrism and its application in EU policy (with Josephine van Zeben).
Co-editing, Handbook on the Commons (forthcoming Edward Elgar).
Grant proposals to study polycentric climate policy (with scholars from Hulboldt University and others).