February 23, 2010 - News
Should oil-producing countries emulate the "Norwegian Model"?
PESD Associate Director Mark Thurber presented a paper entitled 'The Limits of Institutional Design in Oil Sector Governance: Exporting the "Norwegian Model"' at the 2010 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA) in New Orleans on February 18th.
The paper, co-authored with PESD affiliated researchers David Hults and Patrick Heller, draws on PESD's larger study of national oil companies to conclude that the approach to petroleum administration that has worked for Norway is not always a wise strategy for countries with less developed institutional and human capacity.
As the premiere annual event of the ISA, which is the most widely known and respected scholarly association in the field of international studies, the conference in New Orleans attracts participants from around the world.
- International Studies Association 51st annual convention, "Theory vs. Policy? Connecting Scholars and Practitioners
February 17, 2010 - February 20, 2010 Research Presentation
Mark C. Thurber
- The Limits of Institutional Design in Oil Sector Governance: Exporting the Norwegian Model
Mark C. Thurber, David Hults, Patrick R. P. Heller
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development (2010)