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First Annual PCSE Meeting

The Working Group on Property, Citizenship, and Social Entrepreneurism (PCSE... "peace") is having its first meeting in Washington, D.C. on Friday Nov. 12 and 13.  The meeting will be held at The Greenberg House of Syracuse University located at 2301 Calvert St, NW in the Woodley Park section of Washington, D.C.  Y

Participants and Paper Titles/Topics

1)      Robin Paul Malloy, Syracuse University. Meeting Organizer

2)      
Carol Rose, Yale University. Keynote speaker.

3)      
Ann Bartow, University of South Carolina.  Property Without Metes and Bounds

4)      
Brett Frischmann, Loyola University of Chicago.  Defending Open Access: The  Need for Sustainable Infrastructure Commons

5)      
Shubha Ghosh, University at Buffalo, Sate University of New York, and SMU Law  School. Copyright and Privatization: Connecting Markets, Government, and Culture. 

6)      
Ivan Velev, The World Bank, Washington, D.C.  Property Rights in Transition: The  Development Context

7)      
Peter Yu, Michigan State University.  Private Property Rights with Chinese Characteristics

8)      
Marleen O’Connor, Stetson University.  Employees and Corporate Governance:  Property Issues within the Firm

9)      
Christian C. Day, Syracuse University.  Property to Market: The Transformation of  Business Investments in Emerging Markets

10)  
Carol Brown, University of Alabama.  (TBA)

11)  
David Driesen, Syracuse University.  Property Rights and Emissions Trading

12)  
James C. Smith, University of Georgia, Unified Title Information Systems: Advantages for Emerging Market Economies

13)  
Tom Allen, University of Durham, U.K.  Human Rights, Transitional Justice and the Restoration of Property

14)  
Shelby Green, Pace University.  Specific Relief for Ancient Deprivations of Property

15)  
Matthew Mirow, Florida International University.  Globalizing Property

16)  
Marc Poirier, The NAFT Expropriation Debate Through the Eyes of a Property Theorists

17)  
Karen Morrow, University of Leeds, U.K.  More than Property: Land, Indigenous Peoples, and other Minorities

18)  
Joyce Palomar, University of Oklahoma.  Law and Development Economics: Examples fromChina

19)  
Ted Fischer, Vanderbilt University (Dept. of Anthropology).  Development and Hegemony: Cultural Property and Cultural Propriety in the Maya Region

20)  
Frank Emmert, Indiana University – Indianapolis.  Democratic Institutions and Property Rights

21)  
Doris Long, John Marshall Law School.  TBA

22)  
Errol Meidinger, University at Buffalo, State University of New.  TBA

23)  
Ross B. Emmett, Michigan State University (James Madison College).  General Discussant/Participant

24)  
Susan Sell, George Washington University, The Globalization of Intellectual Property

PROGRAM:


FRIDAY, NOV. 12 

11:45 - 12:00 Check-in and registration
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch provided
1:00 – 1:10 Welcome by Robin Paul Malloy
1:10 – 2:00                   Carol Rose, Yale 
Privatization and Democratic Governance
2:00 – 2:10 Break
2:10 – 4:10 Frank Emmert, Indiana University – Indianapolis
Democratic Institutions and Property Rights
  Ivan Velev, The World Bank, Washington, D.C.
Property Rights in Transition: The Development Context
  Ted Fischer, Vanderbilt University (Dept. of Anthropology)
Properties and Cultural Proprieties: Self-Interests and 
Cooperation in Highland Maya Communities
  Marc Poirier
The NAFTA Expropriation Debate Through the Eyes of a
Property Theorist
4:10 – 4:20 Break
4:20 – 6:00

Peter Yu, Michigan State University
Private Property Rights with Chinese Characteristics

Doris Long, John Marshall Law School
Property, Culture and the Unintended Consequences of
the Public Domain
 

Joyce Palomar, University of OklahomaLaw and Development Economics: Examples from China

6:00  Dinner on your own

SATURDAY, NOV. 13

8:30 – 9:00 Coffee, muffins, snacks
9:00 – 10:30 Christian C. Day, Syracuse University
Property to Market: The Transformation of Business
Investments in Emerging Markets
  Marleen O’Connor, Stetson UniversityEmployees and Corporate Governance: Property Issues within the Firm
  David Driesen, Syracuse University
Property Rights and Emissions Trading
10:30 – 10:40 Break
10:40 – 12:30 

Tom Allen, University of Durham, U.K.Human Rights, Transitional Justice and the Restoration of Property

Karen Morrow, University of Leeds, U.K.
More than Property: Land, Indigenous Peoples, and other Minorities

Matthew Mirow, Florida International University
Globalizing Property

12:30 – 1:30 Lunch provided
1:30 – 3:00 Susan Sell, George Washington University
The Globalization of Intellectual Property
Brett Frischmann, Loyola University of Chicago
Defending Open Access: The Need for Sustainable Infrastructure Commons
Shubha Ghosh, University at Buffalo, State University of New York and SMU Law School
Copyright and Privatization: Connecting Markets, Government,
and Culture
3:00 – 3:1 Break
3:10 – 6:00  

James C. Smith, University of Georgia
Unified Title Information Systems: Advantages for Emerging  Market Economies

Carol Brown, University of Alabama
A Time to Preserve: The Call for Formal Private-Party Rights in Perpetual Conservation Easements
Shelby Green, Pace University
Specific Relief for Ancient Deprivations of Property

Wrap up