Webinar - Commons and Crises:
Understanding the Emergence and Functioning of Institutions for Collective Action in Relation to Transitions in the Past Millennium
Tine de Moor
- Professor of Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective, Department of History & Art History, Utrecht University
Please join us for the discussion entitled "Commons and Crises: Understanding the Emergence and Functioning of Institutions for Collective Action in Relation to Transitions in the Past Millennium" with guest speaker Tine de Moor.
Tine de Moor is Professor of Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective at the Department of History & Art History at Utrecht University. Beginning September 1, 2020, she will be appointed Professor of Social Enterprise and Collective Action at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
About our speakerTine De Moor is also leading the research team Institutions for Collective Action. Tine De Moor conducts research into the creation, functioning and evolution of institutions for collective action, past and present. Her recent research focuses on current-day citizens' collectivities as institutions for collective active action. This research builds on her previous research on historic examples of such institutions, such as common grounds, guilds and cooperatives, which unite economic and social objectives.
About this Webinar Series“Don’t Waste the Covid-19 Crisis: Reflections on Resilience and the Commons Revealed by Covid-19” is a webinar series co-hosted by the Center for Behavior, Institutions and the Environment (CBIE), the International Association for Study of the Commons (IASC), and the Resilience Alliance. Organized by Marco Janssen, Marty Anderies, and Mike Schoon.
You may view previous webinars in the series at the IASC Youtube channel.
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12:00 - 1:00 p.m. MST