Dr. Patricia Hania
Patricia Hania is an Assistant Professor at the Law & Business Department, Ted Rogers School of Management. She recently joined the Ted Rogers School of Management in July 2017.
Patricia holds a PhD from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (York), Toronto. She also holds a LL.M. (Osgoode), LL.B. (Osgoode), M.E.S. (Faculty of Environmental Studies, York), MBA Grad. Dipl. (Schulich, York) and BAS, York.
As an interdisciplinary social-legal researcher, Patricia is interested in the interaction of market actors in natural resource governance regimes – in particular, water governance in Canada. Her research considers the intersection of law and policy to understand how norms interact, regulate and become embedded in legal sites of contested and complex decision-making.
|Governing Water in Canada — Legislative Experiments in New Governance & Applying An Eco Resiliency Governance Framework (Ph.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, 2015).|
|Do Personality Traits Affect an Individual’s Conflict Handling Style in a Negotiation? (MES, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, April, 2007). [unpublished].|
|What Is The Link Between Sustainable Development and Social Capital? (MBA Graduate Diploma, Schulich School of Business/ Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, April, 2007). [unpublished].|
|Accepting The Challenge: To Be ‘In’ Collaboration & Moving Beyond the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy’s (NRTEE) Consensus Process. (LL.M., Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, April, 2003). [unpublished].|
|“Regulating Water and War: A Dark Side of New Governance” (Summer, 2014) 2 1:2 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies at 453. (Co-authored with Tracey Dowdeswell, Osgoode Hall Law School).|
|“Uncharted Waters: Applying the Lens of New Governance Theory to the Practice of Water Source Protection in Ontario” (2013) 24 Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 81.|
|“Climate Change and the Protection of Drinking Water in Ontario: An Opportunity to Adopt Adaptive Management?” (April, 2011) 22(2) Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 167.|
|Finding Solutions For Environmental Conflicts: Power and Negotiation (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Press, 2008) by E. Christie (2009) 11(14) Environmental Law Review 318.|
|“Moses v. Canada (2008), 741(Q.C.C.A.) -- A Partial Analysis of the Federal Court’s Reasoning,” online: The Court – Osgoode Hall Law School|
|IDLO-CISDL’s, “Sustainable Water Management: Compendium of Legal Best Practices” Report. (June, 2012).|
|IDLO- CISDL’s, “Green Economy For Sustainability: Compendium of Legal Best Practices - Sustainable Fisheries” Report. (June, 2012).|
|National Network on Environments and Women’s Health, “Women and Water in Canada: The Gendered Health Effects of Chronic Low-Dose Exposures to Chemicals in Drinking Water” Report. (August, 2009).|
|National Network on Environments and Women’s Health, “Women and Water in Canada: The Significance of Privatization and Commercialization Trends for Women’s Health Report. (August, 2009).|