Training Workshop 3: Analysing Archetypes of CPR arrangements

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Add to Calendar 10/14/2021 05:00 AM 10/14/2021 06:30 AM America/Phoenix Training Workshop 3: Analysing Archetypes of CPR arrangements During the Training Workshop, three authors will introduce their respective work and discuss both the problems and the merits of applying Archetype Analysis to their research. Workshop participants will be able to interact with the authors and discuss the potential of archetype analysis for their own research. Online
 

Date: Thursday, October 14, 2021

Time: 5:00 a.m. – 6:30 a.m.

Capacity: 25

Language:  English

Instructors:
Matteo Roggero, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – Germany
Stefan Partelow, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research – Germany
Luigi Piemontese, Università degli Studi di Firenze – Italy
Rimjhim Aggarwal, Arizona State University – USA

Abstract:
During the Training Workshop, three authors will introduce their respective work and discuss both the problems and the merits of applying Archetype Analysis to their research. Stefan Partelow will examine meta-analysis data of SES framework cases, showing how different machine-learning techniques can be useful in moving beyond single-variable relationships in SES hypotheses. Next, Luigi Piemontese will present an archetype approach combining bottom-up case-based data with top-down spatial analysis, focusing on barriers to sustainable land and water management practices in Uganda. Finally, Rimjhim Aggarwal will introduce archetypes of irrigation commons, drawing on cases from the SES library and other sources, and showing avenues for moving from institutional design principles to system design.

Workshop participants will be able to interact with the authors and discuss the potential of archetype analysis for their own research.

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