Shaun Larcom
Shaun Larcom
Professor of Law, Economics and Institutions at the University of Cambridge
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The benefits of forced experimentation: Striking evidence from the London underground network
S Larcom, F Rauch, T Willems
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (4), 2019-2055, 2017
Seeing COVID-19 through an urban lens
M Acuto, S Larcom, R Keil, M Ghojeh, T Lindsay, C Camponeschi, ...
Nature sustainability 3 (12), 977-978, 2020
Scaling the nexus: Towards integrated frameworks for analysing water, energy and food
SJ McGrane, M Acuto, F Artioli, PY Chen, R Comber, J Cottee, ...
The Geographical Journal 185 (4), 419-431, 2019
The potential impact of Brexit on the energy, water and food nexus in the UK: A fuzzy cognitive mapping approach
G Ziv, E Watson, D Young, DC Howard, ST Larcom, AJ Tanentzap
Applied energy 210, 487-498, 2018
Estimating the impact of the first COVID-19 lockdown on UK food retailers and the restaurant sector
LA Panzone, S Larcom, PW She
Global Food Security 28, 100495, 2021
The UK summer heatwave of 2018 and public concern over energy security
S Larcom, PW She, T van Gevelt
Nature Climate Change 9 (5), 370-373, 2019
Regulating the water-energy-food nexus: Interdependencies, transaction costs and procedural justice
S Larcom, T van Gevelt
Environmental Science & Policy 72, 55-64, 2017
Precolonial institutions and deforestation in Africa
S Larcom, T van Gevelt, A Zabala
Land Use Policy 51, 150-161, 2016
Legal dissonance: The interaction of criminal law and customary law in Papua New Guinea
S Larcom
Berghahn Books, 2015
Problematic legal pluralism: causes and some potential ‘cures’
S Larcom
The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 46 (2), 193-217, 2014
What shall we do with the bad dictator?
S Larcom, M Sarr, T Willems
University of Oxford Department of Economics Discussion Paper, 2014
Accounting for legal pluralism: The impact of pre-colonial institutions on crime
S Larcom
The Law and Development Review 6 (1), 25-59, 2013
Dictators Walking the Mogadishu Line: How Men Become Monsters and Monsters Become Men
S Larcom, M Sarr, T Willems
The World Bank Economic Review 32 (3), 584-609, 2018
Taking customary law seriously: a case of legal re-ordering in Kieta
S Larcom
The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 45 (2), 190-208, 2013
Follow the leader? Testing for the internalization of law
S Larcom, LA Panzone, T Swanson
The Journal of Legal Studies 48 (1), 217-244, 2019
Natural resource contests and precolonial institutions in Papua New Guinea
S Larcom
Journal of agrarian change 17 (3), 612-629, 2017
Internalizing Legal Norms: An Investigation into the Legitimacy of Payback Killings in the New Guinea Islands
S Larcom
Law & Society Review 49 (1), 179-208, 2015
Documenting legal dissonance: legal pluralism in Papua New Guinea
S Larcom, T Swanson
Review of Law & Economics 11 (1), 25-50, 2015
Economics of green economies: Investment in green growth and how it works
S Larcom, TM Swanson
What We Learned From the Pandemic: Most of all, it taught us how to adapt under pressure
M Acuto, S Larcom, F Rauch, T Willems
IEEE Spectrum 58 (8), 22-27, 2021
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