Next seminar: Samuel Bates, November 20, at 12:00 in room C108.
Samuel Bates will present the following paper:
Sustainable development and Viability: Conception for Managing the Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems
Conceptions of vulnerability and resilience are unified with the concept of viability to assess the current state of dynamic (Social Ecological) Systems in terms of sustainable development and hence to deduce a typology of regulation options. Mathematical viability theory serves as the basis for this conceptual structuring. Several scenarios of evolution and their prerequisites at the initial SES state are deduced from vulnerability metrics that quantify two key properties: the loss of viability constraint compliance and the loss of resilience capacity. Illustrations on FWI agrosystems are provided. Configurations and human actions that reconcile economic and environmental constraints of sustainability are distinguished from infeasible states of guaranteed sustainable development.
|18/09/2017||Nina Guyon||Singapour University|
|25/09/2017||Florian Pelgrin||EDHEC Business School|
|02/10/2017||Stéphane Auray||CREST-ENSAI et ULCO|
|09/10/2017||Tanguy Bernard||Gretha Bordeaux|
|16/10/2017||Olivier Marie||School of Business of Economics of Maastricht University|
|06/11/2017||Ching-jen Sun||Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia|
|13/11/2017||Leontine Goldzahl||Université Paris-Dauphine|
|20/11/2017||Samuel Bates||Université Paris-Dauphine|
|27/11/2017||Carlos-Vargas Silva||Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford|
|04/12/2017||Kaivan Munshi||University of Cambridge|