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Author Wall, Derek., author.
Title Elinor Ostrom's rules for radicals : cooperative alternatives beyond markets and states / Derek Wall.
Alternative Title Rules for radicals
Publisher London : Pluto Press, 2017.
Copyright date ©2017



Descript 1 online resource (161 pages).
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Contents Elinor Ostrom's radical life -- The commons : from tragedy to triumph -- Climate change, ecology and green politics -- Beyond markets and states -- Deep democracy -- Feminism and intersectionality -- Trust and cooperation -- Science for the people -- Transforming institutions -- Conflict and constestation.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Elinor Ostrom was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Economics. Her theorising of the commons has been celebrated as groundbreaking and opening the way for non-capitalist economic alternatives, yet, many radicals know little about her.This book redresses this, revealing the indispensability of her work for green politics, left economics and radical democracy. Ostrom has often been viewed as a conservative or managerial thinker; but Derek Wall’s analysis of her work reveals a how itis invaluable for developing a left political programme in the twenty-first century. Central to Ostrom’s work was the move ‘beyond panaceas’; transforming institutions to widen participation, promote diversity and favour cooperation overcompetition. She regularly challenged academia as individualist, narrow and elitist and promoted a radical take on education, based on participation. Her investigations into how we share finite resources has radical implications for the Green movement and her rubric for a functioning collective ownership is highly relevant in order in achieving radical social change. As activists continue to reject traditional models of centralised power, Ostrom’s work will become even more vital, offering a guide tocreating economics that exists beyond markets and states.
ISBN 9781786801227 (electronic book)
EAN 9780745399355
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Author Wall, Derek., author.
Subject Ostrom, Elinor.
Ecology -- Economic aspects.
Economics.
Radicalism.
Alt Author Print version: Wall, Derek. Elinor Ostrom's rules for radicals. London : Pluto Press, 2017 9780745399362 (OCoLC)979568284
Alternative Title Rules for radicals
Descript 1 online resource (161 pages).
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Elinor Ostrom's radical life -- The commons : from tragedy to triumph -- Climate change, ecology and green politics -- Beyond markets and states -- Deep democracy -- Feminism and intersectionality -- Trust and cooperation -- Science for the people -- Transforming institutions -- Conflict and constestation.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Elinor Ostrom was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Economics. Her theorising of the commons has been celebrated as groundbreaking and opening the way for non-capitalist economic alternatives, yet, many radicals know little about her.This book redresses this, revealing the indispensability of her work for green politics, left economics and radical democracy. Ostrom has often been viewed as a conservative or managerial thinker; but Derek Wall’s analysis of her work reveals a how itis invaluable for developing a left political programme in the twenty-first century. Central to Ostrom’s work was the move ‘beyond panaceas’; transforming institutions to widen participation, promote diversity and favour cooperation overcompetition. She regularly challenged academia as individualist, narrow and elitist and promoted a radical take on education, based on participation. Her investigations into how we share finite resources has radical implications for the Green movement and her rubric for a functioning collective ownership is highly relevant in order in achieving radical social change. As activists continue to reject traditional models of centralised power, Ostrom’s work will become even more vital, offering a guide tocreating economics that exists beyond markets and states.
ISBN 9781786801227 (electronic book)
EAN 9780745399355
Author Wall, Derek., author.
Subject Ostrom, Elinor.
Ecology -- Economic aspects.
Economics.
Radicalism.
Alt Author Print version: Wall, Derek. Elinor Ostrom's rules for radicals. London : Pluto Press, 2017 9780745399362 (OCoLC)979568284
Alternative Title Rules for radicals

Subject Ostrom, Elinor.
Ecology -- Economic aspects.
Economics.
Radicalism.
Descript 1 online resource (161 pages).
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Elinor Ostrom's radical life -- The commons : from tragedy to triumph -- Climate change, ecology and green politics -- Beyond markets and states -- Deep democracy -- Feminism and intersectionality -- Trust and cooperation -- Science for the people -- Transforming institutions -- Conflict and constestation.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Elinor Ostrom was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Economics. Her theorising of the commons has been celebrated as groundbreaking and opening the way for non-capitalist economic alternatives, yet, many radicals know little about her.This book redresses this, revealing the indispensability of her work for green politics, left economics and radical democracy. Ostrom has often been viewed as a conservative or managerial thinker; but Derek Wall’s analysis of her work reveals a how itis invaluable for developing a left political programme in the twenty-first century. Central to Ostrom’s work was the move ‘beyond panaceas’; transforming institutions to widen participation, promote diversity and favour cooperation overcompetition. She regularly challenged academia as individualist, narrow and elitist and promoted a radical take on education, based on participation. Her investigations into how we share finite resources has radical implications for the Green movement and her rubric for a functioning collective ownership is highly relevant in order in achieving radical social change. As activists continue to reject traditional models of centralised power, Ostrom’s work will become even more vital, offering a guide tocreating economics that exists beyond markets and states.
Alt Author Print version: Wall, Derek. Elinor Ostrom's rules for radicals. London : Pluto Press, 2017 9780745399362 (OCoLC)979568284
ISBN 9781786801227 (electronic book)
EAN 9780745399355

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