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ISSDP 2013 Conference program
Fecha: 15 de Mayo de 2013 - 18 de Mayo del 2013
Hora: 00:00 - 23:59
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WEDNESDAY 15

9:00 9:30

Registration

9:30 10:00

OPENING CEREMONY (Pablo Navas, Ruth Stella Correa, Alison Ritter and Daniel Mejia)
Conference Room ML - B

10:00 11:00

PLENNARY SESSSION 1:
"Flows and Harms: Toward Harm-Minimizing Drug Control Strategies"
Mark Kleiman (UCLA)
Conference Room ML - B

11:00 11:15

Coffee Break

11:15 12:30

PARALLEL SESSION No 1

1.1: Drug markets and violence in producer and transit countries
Room: ML-511

1.2: The impact of prohibition on Central America and Mexico
Room: ML-513

1.3: Drug policy research and advocacy
Room: ML-604

Chair: Mark Kleiman
Discussant: Ben Lessing

Chair: Catalina Pérez-Correa
Discussant: Julieta Lemaitre

Chair: David Holiday
Discussant: Alex Stevens

Can enforcement raise drug prices?
Peter Reuter

What Can Central America Do Differently in Drug Policy?
Juan Carlos Hidalgo

Making research add value
Nicola Singleton

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Illegal drug markets and violence in Mexico: The causes beyond Calderon
Daniel Mejía

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The Crumbling Edifice of Prohibition
Amanda Feilding

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We don’t need more evidence: Policy advocacy for making naloxone available for peer administration to prevent opioid overdose deaths in Australia.
Simon Lenton

The endogeneous dynamics of crime structure: Heracles’lessons on how to fight the Hydra
Andres Zambrano

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12:30 1:45

Lunch: Santo Domingo Building- 10th floor

1:45 3:00

PARALLEL SESSION No 2

2.1: Supply reduction policies in producer countries
Room: ML-511

2.2: State, National and International Impacts of Mandatory Sobriety Programs for Substance-Involved Criminal Offenders
Room: ML-513

2.3: Surveys and the effects of drug policy changes
Room: ML-604

Chair: Daniel Rico
Discussant: Jaime Millan-Quijano

Chair: Juan Carlos Hidalgo
Discussant: Alison Ritter

Chair: Caitlin Hughes
Discussant: Eduardo Vergara

The effectiveness of crop targeting interventions for drug control
Angela Higginson

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Efficacy of Frequent Monitoring With Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions for Violations: Insights From South Dakota's 24/7 Sobriety Project
Beau Kilmer

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The potential effects of policy changes on drug markets in the UK and Australia: estimates from a survey of drug users
Alex Stevens

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How are Anti-drug Programs Affecting Producers? Evidence from coca leaf production in Colombia
Sandra Rozo

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The International Diffusion of a Drug Policy Innovation: 24/7 Sobriety comes to the U.K.
Keith Humphreys

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Anti-drug policies and public opinion in six Latin American cities
Miguel García

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Coca and local knowledge: three case studies of low-intensity cultivation
Sebastián Rubiano

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Treatment mandates vs. desistance mandates in the management of drug-involved offenders
Mark Kleiman

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First Survey on Illegal Drug Users in Mexico City
Jorge Hernández Tinajero

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3:00 3:20

Coffee Break

3:20 5:00

PARALLEL SESSION No 3

3.1: Supply reduction policies in producer countries
Room: ML-511

3.2: Drug markets in consumer countries
Room: ML-604

3.3: Drugs and Human Rights
Room: ML-513

Chair: Adriana Camacho
Discussant: Miguel Garcia

Chair: Keith Humphreys
Discussant: Beau Kilmer

Chair: Kasia Malinowska
Discussant: Alejandro Madrazo

Impact analysis of the investments on alternative development, manual eradication and aerial spraying of illicit crops; in the price of the coca leaf, coca paste, coca base and cocaine in Colombia
Daniel Rico

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Doping in Italy: A Preliminary Attempt to Scope the Market for Doping Products
Victoria A. Greenfield

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Similar Problems, Divergent Responses: A Comparative Analysis of Drug Consumption Room Policies in the UK and Germany
Charlie Lloyd

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The impact of FGB on culture of lawfulness
Juanita Vásquez

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The new psychoactive substances regime in New Zealand: a different approach to regulation
Chris Wilkins

Revisiting the ‘principle of balance’ from a human rights perspective
Marie Elske C. Gispen

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Can we fight illegal drugs with communication campaigns? An experimental approach
Marcela Ibañez

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Estimating cannabis consumption in seven EU countries by differentiating different user groups
MW. Margriet van Laar

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Drugs and Revolution Policy-making, Ideology and the Margins of Civil Society in Iran
Maziyar Ghiabi

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The Entry of Colombian Heroin into the US Market: The Relationship between Competition, Price, and Purity
Daniel Rosenblum

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Key trends of the illicit drugs market in the EU: what do experts anticipate for the coming years?
Franz Trautmann

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Gay-“friendly” Fire: Collateral Risks in the War on Gay Drug Usage
Dina Perrone

5:00 6:00

"The current drug policy debate in Latin America"
Cesar Gaviria Trujillo (Former President of Colombia, and Latin American Comission on Drugs and Democracy)
Conference Room ML - A

6:00 7:30

Conference reception - Universidad de los Andes
Mario Laserna Building - Calle del saber

 

THURSDAY 16

9:00 9:30

Registration

9:30 11:10

PARALLEL SESSION No 4

4.1: Marihuana
Room: ML-604

4.2: Drug markets and violence in producer and transit countries
Room: ML-617

4.3: Drug markets in consumer countries
Room: ML-603

Chair: Beau Kilmer
Discussant: Franz Trautmann

Chair: Daniel Mejia
Discussant: Peter Reuter

Chair: Rosalie Pacula
Discussant: Victoria Greenfield

Local Implementation of Medical Marijuana: Lessons for International Policymakers from California
Clinton Saloga

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Violent Corruption and Violent Lobbying: The Logic(s) of Cartel-State Conflict in Mexico, Brazil and Colombia
Benjamin Lessing

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Legal thresholds for drug trafficking: Evaluating the risk of unjustified charge of users as traffickers in six Australian states
Caitlin Hughes

The Effects of State Marijuana Policies on Potency
Eric Sevigny

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Should drug cartels be attacked frontally? Breaking down a peaceful equilibrium
Juan Camilo Castillo

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Estimation of drug trade from demand side
Jiri Vopravil

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Cannabis and the UN drug control regime
Martin Jelsma

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Kleiman´s Dynamic concentration theory: An economic formalization
Santigo Velez

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Five barriers against internal violence in an atomistic market: Peaceful conflict resolution among large-scale cannabis growers
Eirik Hammersvik

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Understanding patterns in medical marijuana laws: a latent class and transition analysis
Priscillia Hunt

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Crime and the Depenalization of Cannabis Possession: Evidence from a Policing Experiment
Brendon McConnell

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Aging drug-use cohorts in the American correctional system: A biography of three epidemics
Harold Pollack

11:10 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 12:45

PARALLEL SESSION No 5

5.1: Supply reduction policies in producer countries
Room :ML-603

5.2: Drug markets and violence in producer and transit countries
Room: ML-604

5.3: Organized crime, judicial systems and drugs
Room: ML-617

Chair: Javier Osorio
Discussant: Sandra Rozo

Chair: Andres Zambrano
Discussant: Alejandro Hope

Chair: Alejandro Madrazo
Discussant: Brendon McConnell

Drug Trafficking, Armed Violence and Early Motherhood in Colombia
Jaime A. Millán Quijano

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Dynamics of drug violence in Mexico
Javier Osorio

Investigating and Prosecuting Higher Level Drug Traffickers: Canada's Experience with Organized Crime Legislation
Frederick Desroches

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Illicit Crops and Gold in Colombia: Links and Differences in their Contribution to Conflict and Criminality in Colombia
Angelika Rettberg

Cocaine Supply Chain Relationships in Colombia’s Borderlands and their Impact on Citizen Security: How Does the Narco-broker Come In?
Annette Idler

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Outwit, outplay, outlast: An examination of how resilience develops in criminal networks.
Rohan Trevascus

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Effects of aerial spraying campaigns on health outcomes: Evidence for Colombia
Adriana Camacho

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Criminals or Rebels? A Critique of ‘Drug War’ Counterinsurgency in Colombia
Susan Virginia Norman

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Security, Drug Traffic, and Satisfaction with the Judiciary in Latin America
Aldo Fernando Ponce

12:45 2:00

Lunch: Santo Domingo Building- 10th floor

2:00 3:40

PARALLEL SESSION No 6

6.1: Global patterns of domestic cannabis cultivation
Room: ML-603

6.2: Drug consumption and health
Room: ML-604

6.3: Drug markets and violence in prod and transit countries
Room: ML-617

Chair: Clinton Saloga
Discussants: Chris Wilkins

Chair: Daniel Rees
Discussants: Harold Pollack

Chair: Bruce Bagley
Discussants: Angelika Rettberg

Global patterns of domestic cannabis cultivation: a cross-national analysis of sample characteristics and patterns of growing
Tom Decorte

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Planning for drug treatment services: estimating population need and demand for treatment
Alison Ritter

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Understanding the Long-Term Effect of the Demobilization and Extradition of Narco-Paramilitaries on Violence in Colombia
Gipsy Escobar

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Growing medicine: Small-scale cannabis cultivation for medical purposes in six different countries
Pekka Hakkarainen

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‘Illnesses they deserve’. Problems surrounding the interactions between substance using patients and care staff in a general hospital setting, and possible policy solutions
Aniela Wenham

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Moving Frontiers: Spatial Dynamics of Drug Violence in the Americas
Jean Daudelin

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Career transitions of domestic cannabis growers
Aili Malm

Drug Addiction Policies and Practices: Access to Health Services in Indonesia
Eunike Sri Tyas Suci

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Multiple violences and drug policy
Reflecting upon the case of Guatemala
Corina Giacomello

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Assessing the Harms of Cannabis Production in Belgium
Letizia Paoli

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Rethinking Drug-Attributable Crime Beyond DAFs: Toward a New Conceptual Framework and a Dashboard Approach
Russell Lundberg

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3:40 4:00

Coffee Break

4:00 5:00

PLENNARY SESSSION 2:
Chair: Alison Ritter
"New Psychoactive Substances, Differentiated Demand and the Reinvigoration of Control: Or why the prohibitionists still think they are winning the 'war on drugs"
Fiona Measham (Durham University)
Conference Room ML - A

5:00 5:45

Annual General Meeting of the ISSDP
Room: ML - A

7:00 10:00

Conference dinner : Restaurante Club Colombia (Colombian restaurant)

 

FRIDAY 17

9:30 10:00

Registration

10:00 11:15

PARALLEL SESSION No 7

7.1: Disproportionate systems: analyzing Latin American drug laws by the criteria of the principle of proportionality
Room: ML-604

7.2: Marijuana Policy: What do We Know About Public Health Implications from Decriminalization and Medical Marijuana?
Room: ML-617

7.3: Constitutional, human rights and humanitarian perspectives on "The War on Drugs" in Colombia and Mexico
Room: ML-603

7.4: Is it an endless war? Drug-trafficking and security policies in the Americas
Room: ML-513

Chair: Ricardo Soberón
Discussant: Coletta Youngers

Chair: Peter Reuter
Discussant: Eric Sevigny

Chair: Aram Barra
Discussant: Corina Giacomello

Chair: John Walsh
Discussant: Arlene Tickner

The punitive addcition: The disproportion of drug laws in Latin America
Rodrigo Uprimny

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Medical Marijuana Laws, Traffic Fatalities, and Alcohol Consumption
Daniel I Rees D.

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The Constitutional Costs of the War on Drugs
Alejandro Madrazo

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Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, and Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean: Major Trends in the 21st Century
Bruce Bagley

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Proportionality and drug crimes in México
Catalina Pérez Corea

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Medical Marijuana Laws and Teen Marijuana Use
Mark Anderson

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Human Rights Violations in Felipe Calderon´s “War” Against Drug Trafficking
Alejandro Anaya Muñoz

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Beyond the Plan Colombia, new treats, and new challenges for a new Colombia in the international system
Erika Rodríguez

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(Dis)proportionality of drug law: the normative, human and economic costs of the criminalization of (some) drugs in Brazil
Luciana Boiteux

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Another Look at the Impact of Medical Marijuana Policies on Marijuana and Alcohol Use: Are All Laws the Same?
Rosalie Liccardo Pacula

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The War on Drugs As Humanitarian Crisis: Examining the Latin American Experience
Julieta Lemaitre

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11:15 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 12:30

PLENNARY SESSION 3:
Chair: Daniel Mejia
"Institutional Capacities and Criminal Economies: The missing link in the discussion on drug violence in Latin America"
Oscar Naranjo (TEC de Monterrey and Former Director of the Colombian National Police)
Conference Room ML - A

12:30 12:45

Closing ceremony
Conference Room ML - A

12:45 2:00

Lunch: Santo Domingo Building- 10th floor

2:00 5:00

Post-conference workshop
Expert Panel on Academia and Advocacy:
Building Better Links between Research and Action
Room: ML-617

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