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Highlights 2022

Building a Knowledge Community

 


Upcoming Events

  • 26th and 27th September, 2022 - Dr. Santiago Gómez-Cardona will be presenting on the paper: “Subsidizing Compliance: A Multi-Unit Price List Mechanism for Legal Fishing Nets at Lake Victoria” (2022) at the AURÖ Annual Junior Researcher Workshop in Environmental and Resource Economics, Graz.

  • 24th and 25th December, 2022 - MultiTip: Insights and Policy Implications Workshop. Our researchers from Heidelberg University and University of Kassel, as well as our partners from Lake Victoria and the members of our scientific advisory board will meet to discuss the insights and implications of MultiTip


Highlights 2022

  • 4th May - Dr. Tillmann Eymess presented the paper "Subsidizing Compliance: A Multi-Unit Price List Mechanism for Legal Fishing Nets at Lake Victoria" at an internal seminar at Alfred Weber Institute of Economics, Heidelberg University.

  • 25th May - Dr. Santiago Gómez-Cardona presented the paper "Subsidising Compliance: A Multi-Unit Price List Mechanism for Legal Fishing Nets at Lake Victoria" at the Environmental Economics Brownbag Seminar at the Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim, Germany.

  • 5th September - Prof. Timo Goeschl presented the paper “Subsidising Compliance: A Multi-Unit Multiple Price List Approach to Determine Willingness to Pay for Legal Nets in the Lake Victoria fishery” at the 23rd BioECON conference in Exeter, UK.

 


Building a Knowledge Community

Over the past 3 years of the project, the MultiTip team has been actively building a knowledge community on resilience in globally connected resource systems like the Lake Victoria SES. This community was built not only among partners, governing bodies, other stakeholders and end-users, but also among fellow researchers, students and the general public.

We achieve this using a variety of platforms and media:

  • Prof. Timo Goeschl appeared in a live broadcast on ‘Systems at Tipping Point’ on public television (December 2020). This was watched by around 300,000 viewers in Germany (AGF, 2020) and led to numerous post- broadcast inquiries from the general public.

  • The project video is posted on YouTube.

  • The Mental Model Mapping Tool is available for free download on the App store and Google Play Store. It also has its own website, where it can be used online. The tool has already been downloaded more than 600 times. It was developed by Heidelberg University, the TAFIRI and Lambdaforge as part of the MultiTip project.

  • We published a seasonal dedicated newsletter and a few social media posts.

  • In total, our team gave 14 presentations at international scientific conferences and 12 talks in the University (two of them at the Heidelberg Center for the Environment).

  • We initiated a one-year multidisciplinary group on Tipping Points at the Marsilius-Kolleg at Heidelberg University.

  • Our team members lectured on the project to graduate and undergraduate students in 4 courses.

  • MultiTip was invited by 2 non-German universities to talk about the outcomes of the research project.

  • We conducted 6 webinars and workshops on social science research methods for tipping point research and data analysis.

  • Our members trained around 10 junior researchers in the partner countries.

  • The output of MultiTip also consists of peer- reviewed publications and discussion papers as contributions to the psychological, economic, and interdisciplinary literature (many co-authored with researchers from the Lake Victoria region).

 


 

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