New Paper: Benefits-sharing agreements and nonideal theory: The warning signs of agreement co-optation

“Benefits-sharing agreements and nonideal theory: The warning signs of agreement co-optation”
Jovanna Rosen, Lisa Schweitzer

Community members seek benefits-sharing planning agreements to advance their own distributive justice goals by directing benefits to communities. Nonideal theory does much to explain the context and possibilities for these agreements. The agreements forged between communities and development interests seek to address, but not completely achieve, distributive justice via consensus …

Community Development Agreements: New Challenges for Urban Governance

Thursday, April 7 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall, RGL 308 650 Childs Way Los Angeles, CA 90089 Bedrosian Center Research Seminar Jovanna Rosen, PhD ’16, and Lisa Schweitzer, Associate Professor, will join us to discuss their project: New forms of community development agreements called Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs) and Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) have…