Professor Robert Pahre spoke with the Illinois News Bureau about Indiana Dunes National Park, including his thoughts on the politics leading to the park's new status and the great features it offers visitors. Read the full inter
Prof. Robert D. Pahre
- Ph.D., UCLA, Political Science, 1990
- M.A., UCLA, Political Science, 1988
- B.A., Stanford, International Relations and German Studies, 1984
Pahre, Robert Formal theory and case-study methods in eu studies European Union Politics 6 1 2005, p. 113-145.
Pahre, Robert Most-favored-nation clauses and clustered negotiations International Organization 55 4 2001, p. 859-+.
Pahre, Robert Patently misleading: Partial implementation and bargaining leverage in sino-american negotiations on intellectual property rights International Organization 59 3 2005, p. 695-729.
Pahre, Robert International Cooperation as Interagency Cooperation: Examples from Wildlife and Habitat Preservation Perspectives on Politics 7 4 2009.
Privatizing Isle Royale? The Limits of Free Market Environmentalism George Wright Forum 25 3 2009.
The Myths of Turkish Influence in the European Union” Journal of Common Market Studies 47 2 2009, p. 357–384.
What Makes it Wild? Visitors' Constructions of Wildlife and Wilderness in the Greater Yellowstone Area International Journal of Wilderness 2013.
“Reconsidering National Park Interpretation on the Great Plains and Trans-Mississippi West Great Plains Research 2012.
Political Opposition to Transboundary Cooperation in the Greater Yellowstone Area Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies 2011.
Patterns of National Park Interpretation in the West Journal of the West 2011.
Telling Yellowstone’s Stories Journal of the West 2011.
Pahre, Robert Politics and Trade Cooperation in the Nineteenth Century: The "Agreeable Customs" of 1815-1914 Cambridge University Press 2007.
Democratic Foreign Policy Making: Problems of Divided Government and International Cooperation Palgrave 2006.
Theoretical Concerns in Networks of Protected Areas: Symmetry and Asymmetry Proceedings of the 2011 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites Theoretical Concerns in Networks of Protected Areas: Symmetry and Asymmetry 2012.
Game-Theoretic Insights into Effective Cooperation Among National Parks and Indian Tribes, Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2009 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites Game-Theoretic Insights into Effective Cooperation Among National Parks and Indian Tribes, 2010.