1064 E Lowell St
Tucson, AZ 85719
This workshop will focus on the use of multiple methods to study collective action and the commons. The workshop is organized around working groups and will be hosted by the University of Arizona (USA).
Dates and costs
The event will be held on March 7-8, 2019.
Attendance to this workshop is free of charge, but IASC-membership is required. Not a member yet? You can sign up immediately here via this link.
Please note that this workshop has a maximum of 50 participants, based on a first come first served basis. Further, you need to be logged in as an IASC member to register for the workshop.
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In case of problems with signing up as a member, please contact the IASC Secretariat, e-mail
Travel support (up to USD 500) will be provided to up to 10 graduate students to encourage participation of early career scientists, especially those developing dissertation projects or who wish to present their dissertation research at the meeting. More info will follow when registration opens.
Hotel reservations need to be made by February 6 to get the discounted rate for the following hotels:
Aloft Tucson University of Arizona: Aloft hotel group rate
Tucson Marriott University Park: Marriot Group Rate
To be determined, but the 2018 "Working together on the Commons" meeting at Arizona State University consisted primarily of individual working groups (download 2017 workgroups schedule (pdf)) .
For 2019, we welcome all participants looking to engage with research on the commons, including individual scholars looking to connect with other researchers and groups (i.e. model of open and inclusive group formation).
For info on content and programme, please contact Tom Evans, e-mail
For info on registration and IASC-membership, please contact the IASC-Secretariat, e-mail