‘Decommonising the mind’: historical impacts of British imperialism on indigenous tenure systems and self-understanding in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

‘Decommonising the mind’: historical impacts of British imperialism on indigenous tenure systems and self-understanding in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

New article by Iain MacKinnon in the International Journal of the Commons Vol. 12, no 1 2018, pp. 278–300, DOI: 10.18352/ijc.814, available at: https://www.thecommonsjournal.org/articles/10.18352/ijc.814/ Abstract: Common pool resource theory appears to assume that external authorities are responsible for initiating attempts to

Constitutionality: conditions for crafting local ownership of institution-building processes by Tobias Haller, Greg Acciaioli & Stephan Rist (SNR’s Designated Award Finalist)

Constitutionality: conditions for crafting local ownership of institution-building processes by Tobias Haller, Greg Acciaioli & Stephan Rist (SNR’s Designated Award Finalist)

This article presents constitutionality as a new approach for analyzing bottom-up institution-building processes emphasizing local perceptions and local agency in common pool resource management. Using four case studies—fisheries in Zambia; pasture and forestry in Mali; fisheries in Indonesia; forestry in

Accounting for power in the IAD….when you don’t have time to study power – publication by Marie-Claire Brisbois et al

Recently published in World Development, ‘Augmenting the IAD framework to reveal power in collaborative governance – An illustrative application to resource industry dominated processes’, co-authored by IASC-member Marie-Claire Brisbois, provides clear guidance on how to practically account for power when