IASC-members Ashutosh Sarker and William Blomquist recently had their article ‘Addressing misperceptions of Governing the Commons’ published with the Journal of Institutional Economics. In their article, Sarker and Blomquist demonstrate that the Elinor Ostrom’s famous publication Governing the Commons should
Routledge publishers has recently published the book The Commons, Plant Breeding and Agricultural Research, edited by IASC-member Christine Frison and Fabien Girard. [publisher text] This book shows how social sciences, and more especially law, can contribute towards reconfiguring current legal
IASC-member Krister Andersson, Professor of Political Science and Director of The Center for the Governance of Natural Resources at the University of Colorado at Boulder recently had three articles published as (co-)author. Please note that the links may require subscriptions to
IASC-member Philip Krabbendam has recently written an essay, entitled ‘Designing for a cooperative economy (or ecommony)’. In this series, Krabbendam wants to show how urban design can be deployed to reconnect an economy, that has run wild, with the consumer.
Yolanda Massieu, IASC-member and Mexican researcher, has just published the book Mirada de jaguar: Venturas y desventuras de la biodiversidad en América Latina [transl.: A jaguar’s glance: ventures and misfortunes of biodiversity in Latin America]. The book is a result
The International Journal of the Commons just issued its latest edition, comprising no less than 21 articles on commons issues, covering a wide range of topics, areas, and time periods. Look what is in it for you at https://www.thecommonsjournal.org/33/volume/12/issue/1/ The
Medina-Albaladejo, Francisco J., and Jordi Planas. “Las bodegas cooperativas y la comercialización del vino en España.” AEHE Documentos de Trabajo Series, no. 1707, Asociación Española de Historia Económica, [Salamanca], November 2017. Abstract (English; main text in Spanish) Cooperative wineries emerged with
The United Nations Environment Programme launched its report Frontiers 2017: Emerging Issues of Environmental Concern at the UN Environment Programme meeting in Nairobi on December 5, 2017. The report reports on six specific topics that are currently emerging: environmental dimension
Carvajal Castro, Álvaro. “Collective practices and the management of agricultural lands in the Early Middle Ages: a comparative approach to examining Ireland and the North-West of the Iberian Peninsula.” Historia Agraria. Revista de Agricultura e Historia Rural 73 (November 2017).
Molema, M. “Collective organisation of knowledge in the early phase of the Dutch-Friesian dairy industry (c. 1880-1914).” Historia Agraria. Revista de Agricultura e Historia Rural 73 (November 2017). Subscription required, abstract available via http://historiaagraria.com/en/info_articulo.php?id=752