Now revealed – The Tragedy of the Commons at 50: Context, Precedents, and Afterlife

Final June we held a convention at TAU Regulation to discover the historical past of commons thought: The Tragedy of the Commons at 50: Context, Precedents, and Afterlife. I am comfortable to report that the papers have now been revealed within the newest subject of Theoretical Inquiries in Regulation, edited by Carol Rose and myself, obtainable right here. I will put up extra on the person articles later; within the meantime here is the desk of contents (the difficulty additionally has a few further unrelated articles not listed under):

The Banality of the Commons: Effectivity Arguments In opposition to Frequent Possession Earlier than Hardin
Stuart Banner
Earlier than the Tragedy of the Commons: Early Trendy Financial Issues of the Public Use of Pure Assets
Nathaniel Wolloch
Commons and Environmental Regulation in Historical past: The Water Commons Past Property and Sovereignty

Alice Ingold
Chilly-Battle Commons: Tragedy, Critique, and the Way forward for the Intolerant Drawback Area
Monica Eppinger
The “Commons” Discourse on Marine Fisheries Assets: One other Antecedent to Hardin’s “Tragedy”
Harry N. Scheiber
Savagery, Civilization, and Property: Theories of Societal Evolution and Commons Idea
David B. Schorr
Historicizing Elinor Ostrom: City Politics, Worldwide Improvement and Experience within the U.S. Context (1970-1990)
Fabien Locher
Indigenous Peoples, Political Economists and the Tragedy of the Commons
Michel Morin
Commons and Cognition
Carol M. Rose
Confronting Hardin: Traits and Approaches to the Commons in Historiography
Giacomo Bonan
Give Us Again Our Tragedy: Nonrivalry in Mental Property Regulation and Coverage
Oren Bracha
Re-romanticizing Commons and Group in Israeli Discourse: Social, Financial, and Political Motives
Amnon Lehavi
Garrett Hardin

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