Kuliah Tamu Dr. John Lynham

Departemen Ilmu Ekonomi & LPEM FEB UI bekerja sama dengan EEII (Economy and Environment Institute Indonesia)  acara Kuliah Tamu bersama Dr. John Lynham yang akan diadakan pada:

            Hari/Tanggal : Jumat, 24 Juni 2016

            Pukul            : 13.30 WIB – selesai

            Tempat         : Ruang PGN, Gedung Departemen Ilmu Ekonomi FEB UI lantai 2, Kampus UI Depok

            Topik              : Marine and Fisheries Economics: Linking economic, ecology and social perspective towards sustainable fisheries management

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Berikut adalah profil singkat Dr. John Lynham dan beberapa publikasi terbarunya.

Dr. John Lynham merupakan Associate Professor pada Department of Economics, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa sekaligus Director for Graduate Ocean Policy Certificate Program pasa universitas yang sama. Ia juga merupakan Editorial Board untuk Journal of Environmental Economics & Management. Ia lulus tingkat doktoral bidang ekonomi dari University of California Santa Barbara. Saat ini ia sedang menjadi Visiting Scholar di Universitas Udayana, Bali. Bidang utama penelitiannya mencakup Environmental and Resource Economics, Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, dan Marine Ecology

Beberapa publikasinya:
M. Barnes, J. Lynham, K. Kalberg and P. Leung (forthcoming) “Social Networks and Environmental Outcomes”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

A. Abatayo and J. Lynham (2016), “Exogenous vs. Endogenous Regulation in the Commons”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 76, 51-66.

J. Lynham, K Nitta, T. Saijo and N. Tarui (2016), “Why Does Real-Time Information Reduce Energy Consumption?”, Energy Economics, 54, 173-181.

C. Jang and J. Lynham (2015), “Where Do Social Preferences Come From?”, Economics Letters, 137, 25-28.

K.A. Selkoe, T. Blenckner, M.R. Caldwell, L. Crowder, A. Erickson, T. Essington, J. Estes, R. Fujita, B.S. Halpern, M. Hunsicker, C.V. Kappel, R.P. Kelly, J.N. Kittinger, P.S. Levin, J. Lynham, M. Mach, R. Martone, L. Mease, A. Salomon, J. Samhouri, C. Scarborough, A. Stier, C. White, and J. Zedler (2015), “Principles for Managing Marine Ecosystems Prone to Tipping Points”, Ecosystem Health and
Sustainability, 1(5):17.

M. Barnes-Mauthe, S. A. Gray, S. Arita, J. Lynham and P. Leung (2015), “What determines social capital in a social-ecological system? Insights from a network perspective”, Environmental Management, 55, 392- 410.

J. Lynham and N. Tarui (2014), “Real-Time Information and Consumption: What Can Water Demand Programs Learn From Electricity Demand Programs?”, in K. Burnett, R. Howitt, J. A. Roumasset, C. A. Wada, Handbook of Water Economics and Institutions, 199-215, Routledge.

J. Lynham (2014), “Book Review: Economics of the Oceans: Rights, Rents and Resources”, Applied Economics Journal, 21(2), 1-4.

J. Lynham (2014), “How Have Catch Shares Been Allocated?”, Marine Policy, 44, 42-48.

R. Fujita, J. Lynham, F. Micheli, P. Feinberg, L. Bourillón, A. Sáenz-Arroyo and A. Markham (2013), “Ecomarkets For Conservation And Sustainable Development in the Coastal Zone”, Biological Reviews, 88(2), 273-286.

J. Lynham and I. Noy (2013), “Disaster in Paradise: A Preliminary Investigation of the Economic and Social Aftermaths of the Hilo Tsunami of 1960 and Hurricane Iniki of 1992”, in K. Pfeifer and N. Pfeifer (Eds.), Forces of Nature and Cultural Responses, 93-108, Springer.

N. Burger, G. Charness and J. Lynham (2011), “Field and Online Experiments on Self-Control”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 77(3), 393-404.

M. Smith, J. Lynham, J. Sanchirico and J. Wilson (2010), “The political economy of marine reserves: Understanding the role of opportunity costs,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(43), 18300-18305.

C. Costello, J. Lynham, S. Gaines and S. Lester (2010), “Economic Incentives and Global Fisheries Sustainability,” Annual Review of Resource Economics, 2, 229-318.

N. Burger and J. Lynham (2010), “Betting on Weight Loss … And Losing: Personal Gambles as Commitment Mechanisms,” Applied Economics Letters, 17(12), 1161-1166.

J. Lynham, C. Costello, S. Gaines, R.Q. Grafton and J. Prince (2009), “Diverse Fisheries Require Diverse Solutions: Response,” Science, 323, 338-339.

C. Costello, S. Gaines and J. Lynham (2008), “Can Catch Shares Prevent Fisheries Collapse?” Science, 321, 1678-1681.

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