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February 18-19, 2011

Princeton University
Hosts: Sarah Bermeo (Duke University), Tana Johnson (Princeton University/Duke University), Helen V. Milner (Princeton University) and Dustin Tingley (Harvard University)
Robertson Hall, Bowl 016

Thursday, February 17
6:30PM   Welcoming Dinner
    Witherspoon Grill, 57 Witherspoon Street, Princeton
Friday, February 18
8:00AM   Continental Breakfast (Bowl 016)
8:40AM   Welcome Remarks and Introduction
9:00-10:30AM   Roundtable
Moderator: Helen V. Milner (Princeton University)
Participants: Robert Keohane (Princeton University), Michael Oppenheimer (Princeton University) and Jonathan Wiener (Duke University)
10:30-10:45AM   Refreshment Break
10:45AM-12:15PM   Panel 1
Moderator: Tana Johnson (Princeton University/Duke University)
    The Politics of International Climate Adaptation Funding: Divisions in the Greenhouse
J. Timmons Roberts (Brown University), David Ciplet (Brown University) and Mizan Khan (North South University in Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Discussant: Christina Davis (Princeton University)
    Political Institutions, Religious Institutions, and the Problem Structure of Climate Change
Ronald Mitchell (University of Oregon)
Discussant: Harold Shapiro (Princeton University)
12:15-1:15PM   Lunch
1:15-2:45PM   Panel 2
Moderator: Sarah Bermeo (Duke University)
    A Strategic Theory of Regime Integration
Tana Johnson (Princeton University/Duke University) and Johannes Urpelainen (Columbia University)
Discussant: Robert Keohane (Princeton University)
    Failure by Design: Explaining Ineffective Climate Governance
Joshua Busby (University of Texas, Austin)
Discussant: Denise Mauzerall (Princeton University)
2:45-3:00PM   Refreshment Break
3:00-4:30PM   Panel 3
Moderator: Dustin Tingley (Harvard University)
    Climate Change, Economic Growth, and Conflict
Thomas Bernauer (ETH Zurich), Anna Kalbhenn (ETH Zurich), Vally Koubi (ETH Zurich/University of Bern) and Gabriele Ruoff (ETH Zurich)
Discussant: Christopher Chyba (Princeton University)
    Trying Times and Civil Conflict
Muhammet Bas (Harvard University) and Andrew Coe (Harvard University)
Discussant: Kristopher Ramsay (Princeton University)
6:30PM   Reception at Palmer House, 1 Bayard Lane, Princeton
7:00PM   Dinner at Palmer House
Saturday, February 19
8:00 AM   Continental Breakfast
8:45-11:00AM   Panel 4
Moderator: Dustin Tingley (Harvard University)
    Actors and International Environmental Governance: Best and Worst Practices for Improving Environmental Governance
Peter Haas (University of Massachusetts), Norichika Kanie (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) and Steinar Andresen (Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway)
Discussant: Pamela Chasek (International Institute for Sustainable Development)
    The dynamics of regime complexity: Private standards for climate change
Jessica Green (Case Western Reserve University)
Discussant: Joshua Busby (University of Texas, Austin)
    A $100 Billion Myth: Lessons for Climate Change Assistance from Sixty Years of ODA
Sarah Bermeo (Duke University)
Discussant: Ronald Mitchell (University of Oregon)
11:00-11:15AM   Refreshment Break
11:15AM-12:45PM   Panel 5
Moderator: Tana Johnson (Princeton University/Duke University)
    Dramatizing Climate Change: The Role of Narrative in Environmental Collective Action
Frederick Mayer (Duke University)
Discussant: Johannes Urpelainen (Columbia University)
    The Form and Substance of Carbon Tariffs
Rachel Brewster (Harvard University)
Discussant: Brian Murray (Duke University)
12:45-1:45PM   Lunch and Concluding Discussion

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