We would like to bring to your attention the Call for Papers for publication in a Special Issue entitled “Beyond the government-market-communities trichotomy: conditions and instruments for cooperative, coercive and competitive interactions in natural resource and agri-environmental governance”. Here are
The Commons Video Contest was for 3-minute videos aiming to communicate commons research to a general public. The contest was held at the 1st IASC Virtual Conference. Funding for the contest prizes was provided by the Foundation for Scientific Symbiosis.
The Celebrating Commons Scholarship Conference at Georgetown Law, which was co-hosted by Sheila Foster (Professor, Georgetown Law and Public Policy), Brigham Daniels (Professor, BYU Law), and the International Association for the Study of the Commons, with the support of doctoral
We have earlier written about the IASC Workshop on Conceptualizing the New Commons held in Oldenburg, Germany on June 6-8, 2018. We also promised that once available we would share some of the speeches that the organizers managed to record
Building on two decades of interviews with more than sixty Hawaiian elders, leaders, and fishermen and women, Kaiāulu by Mehana Blaich Vaughan shares their stories of enduring community efforts to perpetuate kuleana (‘rights and responsibilities’). An important contribution to scholarship,
[Contributed by Lee Yoke Lee, Youth Garden Facilitator Esty St. Community Garden] An empty plot of land holds many possibilities. GreenStar Community Project, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to food justice in Tompkins County, saw the sunny plot as an
The researchers involved in LabGov Georgetown (among whom Sheila Foster, IASC Council Member), are happy to announce the establishment of this new laboratory for governance of the commons. In ever-changing urban contexts worldwide, LabGov explores the idea that social and
PhD students and junior postdoc researchers in economic history are invited to present their ongoing research to an international audience with a poster at or submit their dissertation for the World Economic History Congress in Boston July 29 – August