Subject groups/Research projects
Legal Pluralism and Interacting Institutions
Learning from Shocks
Water Energy Food Nexus
- What Shall we do with the bad dictator? (with M. Sarr and T. Willems)
Summary in VoxEU
- (with M. Sarr and T. Willems), The World Bank Economic Review 2016; doi: 10.1093/wber/lhw039
- Natural Resource Contests and Precolonial Institutions in Papua New Guinea, Journal of Agrarian Change. 2016
- Precolonial Institutions and Deforestation in Africa (with T. van Gevelt and A. Zabala), Land Use Policy 51(1). 2016
- Documenting legal dissonance (with T. Swanson), Review of Law and Economics, 11(1). 2015.
- Internalising Legal Norms, Law and Society Review, 49 (1). 2015.
- Problematic Legal Pluralism: Causes, Consequences and some Potential 'Cures', Journal of Legal Pluralism, 46(2). 2014
- Accounting for Legal Pluralism: the Impact of Pre-Colonial Institutions on Crime, Law and Development Review, 6(1). 2013
- Taking Customary Law Seriously: A Case of Legal Re-Ordering in Kieta, Journal of Legal Pluralism, 45(2). 2013.
Review by Bruce Ottley in Asia Pacific Law Review
- Time-Consistency and Dictator Punishment: Discretion Rather Than Rules?” (with M.Sarr and T. Willems), 2016, in T. Besley (ed) Contemporary Issues in Development Economics, Palgrave Macmillan.
- Economics of Green Economies: Investment in Green Growth and How it Works (with T. Swanson), in P.-M. Dupuy, J. E. Viñuales (eds.), Harnessing Foreign Investment to Promote Environmental Protection (Cambridge University Press, 2013)
- International experiences in air pollution management (with H. Vennemo) in T Lin and T. Swanson (eds.), Economic Growth and Environmental Regulation: The People's Republic of China's Path to a Brighter Future (ADB and Routledge, 2009)